(Another cliché statement that is being used by thousands of other women) A great date can be staying at home with a movie and popcorn, or a night on the town. I made myself a promise a few years ago to take a vacation somewhere new, out of state, every year. Well, that is a little about me if you are interested say hello and we will chat. ” *********************** This profile gets a higher grade because it reflects on the writer’s character and her personality.
It’s a bit negative and has a few red flags but other than that – it’s not bad!
(This woman is voicing her opinion and shows her personality early on. )) You: Honest, mature, gentleman, emotionally, mentally, financially secure (“financially secure” is a bad move in a dating profile because it’s an immediate red flag to a guy that he might be dealing with a materialistic woman.) Knows how to treat a lady, ready for a long term relationship (this would sound a bit too eager or even desperate to most guys. I live on the East Coast and travel to West every week for work. (This would make the reader believe that she is not looking for anyone special, but just someone to kill time with and subdue her loneliness).
First, meet a guy, then decide what you want out of him). I am looking to meet someone in the this area and see what happens! 🙂 (good, funny, statement that shows personality and sense of humor, she should have used more of this kind of words throughout her profile).
To work out the stress, I texted my regular Tinder guy to F the adrenaline out of me -- but he couldn't get away from the office. Recently, I argued with a male friend who was telling me that "even bad sex can be pretty good." I told him it just isn't the same for women. So in the throes of my Tinder swiping frenzy, I realized that I didn't like how I was feeling -- and that my whole bottom line sexually is to make sure I am not acting compulsively -- so I decided that it would be smart to get off the app for a while. Soon after, I had a long chat with my "When Harry Met Sally" guy -- the one who lives in LA -- who I told everyone about, and I really thought that it was going to happen. I deleted his contact -- which was handily entered into my phone as "Jon Tinder." Not his real name. Besides, I was still pretty blissful from my take-a-trip-out-to-LA conversation with Harry who was talking more long-term logistics: dogs, cars... But fairly soon after, I had a humiliating wake-up call -- after I sent Harry an idiotic sext. And more crickets."I'm at the movies," he texted back finally several hours later. I'm Northwestern-educated, divorced with no kids and I have one rescue pitbull I adopted two years ago who can be a pain in the ass but who I love very much.
I also don’t know what life holds for me tomorrow, but I do know that we can only get older and I feel safer to get old with you. Which was so clinical and unresponsive.(And before you say anything, I know you probably think I self-sabotaged by texting him that, but I see it as I was protecting myself.About Me #2Headline: Sorry for the spam-sounding headline but I met a nice lawyer when I used that headline a year ago so why not repurpose, right? If you Google me you might be freaked out because I've written about my dating life in the New York Post and a few other places, but at my core, I care most about personal relationships and am a loving person. Someone to remember the days with, and to grow with. Everyone is crying out to say how good they are, how cool they are, how fun they are.
But how real are you, and how content are you with your real you?
And yes -- I realize you guys already told me He's Just Not That Into You Mandy, Wake the Hell Up, Dude.