I would love the opportunity to travel more and find the time to see the world. or maybe that’s just me rationalizing how often I make them.I like to get out and have a good time, but I also enjoy the occasional night in with dinner and a movie. Diane and I are so different, yet somehow we sound exactly the same. I’m a singing, pink-wearing, math/econ-loving, racket sport-playing, well-traveled, very fit foodie who is in a good mood 99.872% of the time.In terms of what to avoid, there’s nothing that screams “undateable” quite like referring to yourself as shy, curvy or, again, happy; just 1%, 0.09% and 0.4% of women respectively are looking for these traits.
Women are, however, more likely to describe themselves as sexy, but they’re less likely to ask for someone sexy in return.
For men, the words and phrases most associated with popular profiles include: surfing, surf, yoga, skiing, the ocean, oceans, live music, breakfast, passports, blue eyes, trees, mornings, athlete, retirement, London, mating, teeth, workaholic, attractiveness, confidence, nonfiction, weddings, hiking, on the beach, meditation, chocolate, kissing, tennis, photography, flying, puppies, teachers, passion and tattoos.
For women, the words and phrases most associated with popular profiles include: London, NYC, yoga, surfing, athlete, fitness, fashion, .
I’m fit, intelligent, and I love to laugh and have fun.
My family and friends are the most important things in my life, and I’m lucky to be surrounded by great people. The key to online dating is to differentiate yourself, lest you fall into “Generic Profile Land.” Some common phrases to avoid include: I think puns are a sign of intelligence…