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In comparison, that average on an online dating list might prompt a “No thank you” response… Unless done in a creative Lettermen-esque manner (but with actual humor), the list supplier comes across as higher maintenance than a prospective love child between Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian, an unholy hybrid that TV executives would willingly sacrifice their first born just to turn into a reality show.
Still nerdettes, there are some nuggets in here for you as well, so don’t wander off. Despite being funny and enjoying my own material, I’m actually referring to your dating profile length… If there is anything I’ve learned during my years of profile creating, it’s that women are pretty big on the whole communication thing (which seems to be most evident when you are trying to watch ANY game seven of a professional sports playoff series).
If that weren’t demanding enough, they also enjoy the written word as well, and this includes how you describe yourself.
Suffice it to say, the first thing a potential online female suitor looks at is what you have to say.
Ladies, as long as you claim to be female and one of your pictures resembles that of a woman, a simple admission of “I like stuff” will pull in roughly 50 – 60,000 e-mails per day. Nonetheless, as a sophisticated gentleman (and geek) like myself is concerned, it’s nice to see some information on your profile as well.
However, should you supply a shot of yourself in a bikini or any other photo that proudly features your gazongas (a.k.a. Providing some baseline for conversation will cut down on the “lets make babies” three word masterpieces that grace your dating inbox.