And presumably, a fellow looking for something that I can’t/won’t provide might appreciate it if I say at the get-go what a no-starter for me would be.
All this deal-breaker kind of talk does seem rather heavy for an introductory profile.
target=”_blank” I’ve read more than my fair share of “DO NOT CONTACT ME IF…” lists on dating sites.They always make the women seem angry, bitter, and shallow. If you’re looking for marriage, then say it, but say it in a way that will attract those you’d like to actually marry.To understand why some people are upset with this decision, let’s conduct a quick refresher on how Ok Cupid works: And so that brings us to the revised approach.An email that Ok Cupid sent out last week was a little more assertive on the subject. Short answer: zero.” The email went on: “you can now connect with even more people because you don’t have to feel shy about showing up as a visitor — and neither do they.” Ok Cupid says this decision allows for “awkward-free profile perusal.” That’s a reasonable stance, sure.If you don’t like guys who flirt with other women, stop reading.
If you’re not fit and thin with curves in all the right places, we’re probably not a match.
But I wouldn’t interview a computer analyst if I were hiring for a forest ranger job, and I wouldn’t audition for Cirque de Soleil if I were afraid of heights and couldn’t do all those bendy things (much as I would love to be in Cirque de Soleil).
At some point both parties have to lay it on the line, and today I’m thinking that sooner rather than later is the way to go. “If you’re over the age of 34, don’t waste your time.
A young, hot woman who is easygoing and will allow him to be himself at all times. If you have been with fiscally irresponsible men in the past, say, “I want a guy who knows how to balance a checkbook – even if it’s online.” If you have a past with abusive men, say, “Chivalry and kindness are the keys to my heart.” Which brings me to my other major point – one which probably should have led off this blog post:… It doesn’t matter if you write in big bold letters, “FAT, SMOKING, UNEMPLOYED, BITTER, CREEPY, DIVORCED, PERVERTS NEED NOT APPLY,” you’re still going to get letters from them. It costs nothing to send a canned email, so why shouldn’t they take a shot? I’m not really comparing a guy’s desire for a flat tummy with your desire for eternal love.
Yet if you read that profile above, you wouldn’t give the guy a second look. You can’t stop the WRONG people from writing to you. This may come as a shock, but there is absolutely no value into trying to turn these people away. By definition, 95% of men are the “wrong” men for you. But we are talking about deal-breakers here – yours and his.
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