Rsd dating profile
If I can’t get a good idea of what you look like from any of your pictures, there’s almost no way I’m going to respond.Call it superficial, but again it’s a consequence of the numbers.So without further ado, if one of my guy friends asked my advice on making a profile, here’s what I would suggest: 1. The last thing you want to do is have a girl see your picture, think your buddy next to you is really cute, and then get disappointed when she discovers it’s not his profile.Smile in your profile picture I’ve seen quite a few profiles where the guy looks very sad, angry, or intimidating in the main picture (or sometimes all the pictures). Alternatively if she never saw your cuter buddy, she might still think you’re attractive and never experience a let down.Would you go about putting together a job resume the same way?Also I have a theory that a lack of effort in a dating profile is an act of defensiveness.
Admittedly, that doesn’t mean they ARE the highest quality/most attractive/most compatible, but alas I can only do the best with the information available.Talk about what you offer, not just what you want I’ve come across several profiles where guys include lists of what they’re not interested in from girls.Even if nothing you list applies to me, this just seems very critical and confrontational.In such a case the devil I know is better than the devil don’t.
Things that can get in the way of me feeling like I know what you look like can be: *none of these are bad to include, but if all your photos fall into these categories, I’m moving on.
The quantity of prospective dates online is simultaneously the biggest advantage and disadvantage to online dating.