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Okay, if Lotje is homeless, we are not going to poke fun. In a sea of dubious profiles, this one gets all the points for transparency and creativity.It’s a good thing she has a place out of the elements; but perhaps she’s not homeless at all, just Boeheim. Again, honesty is not always the best policy because with this (terrible) profile description, we have no idea if Tom is trying to be funny or if he really is this much of a bully.Like most standard Web site servers, we use log files.
While most people present a pretty picture of their true nature, some people take it a little too far. It’s common for married men to show up on dating sites looking for a little fun, but few are as open about it as Chuck. Just because some ladies get a little cuckoo when they are ignored and send a tidal wave of texts doesn’t mean every girl is going to go gaga when you are too busy to text back -- except for Rose. The cute, freckled, girl-next-door look is ruined by two things. That screams of family issues and that can get your profile overlooked faster than promising to not murder your dates (which you think would be a good thing) or promising to save their souls (see both examples above).
How is it even possible that this pensive Romeo is single at 39? He’s also going to kiss you on the first date because that’s what random Jake does. He demonstrates a remarkable lack of concern for your safety by romantically putting candles in his Kia. Thoughtful Jake will take you to where you want to eat (Check him out, hungry Rachel) but he won’t extinguish those candles in the car. Because when the car bursts into flames, he’s gonna make you s’mores. Between the shootin’ and the of toothin’, this guy gets a wide berth.
Who could resist the heap of lying douchebaggary that this profile presents? Cause that’s Jake, baby -- as smooth and laid-back as they come. A picture really does say 1,000 words and in this case, all of those words are “whaaaaaaat? What in the name of a hot mess do we have going on here?
Case in point, this gentlemen that is SHOUTING AT YOU by typing in all caps. A profile description like this turns off suitors that may have been interested once they got to know more, and leading by “preparing for death” is a bit of a downer. A couple of years ago, a story floated around the Internet about a woman that set up a profile just so she could eat at fancy restaurants and have her date pick up the tab.
It’s good to be honest, but to get more dates, share some things at the first coffee meeting instead of online. Stories also abound about men that date beautiful women, but turn out to be nothing but dine-and-dashers, leaving their date with nothing but disgust and a huge restaurant tab. She’s very honest about wanting nothing but the sweet romance of Chipotle out of this endeavor.