Pua online dating headline
You probably do like to go out and stay in equally as much.
But you sound decisive and passionate when you pick the one you like best and state that one.
I've been on more dates than I can count, kiss closed a zillion, f-closed a zillion, and had a few meaningful relationships all from online dating.
I left a comment in another thread saying I do alright, and subsequently have been getting PMs asking for advice, so here you go.edit: you can get plenty of advice and profile critiques over at /r/okcupid and /r/pof My advice for all profiles in general consists of these main points: The persona that does best (for me) is whimsical and funny with just a sprinkle of seriousness. It actually might help to get drunk and watch some stand-up comedy before you write your profile to put yourself in a whimsical/funny mood. Drinking will make you whimsical, and stand-up comedy will make you a little funnier. It means don't use adjectives or broad, vague descriptors like, "I'm funny" or "I'm adventurous" or anything that literally any other guy could say.
So that phrase should be changed to something more like, "Life is short, so I'd almost always rather go out and meet new people, ask homeless guys for money, or play match-maker in a retirement home." (See how I threw some humor in there for good measure?
Girls are going to like the latter guy better every time.They don't have the time or patience to read a novel length snore-fest from some guy on the internet who they have absolutely no investment in.Therefore, your goal should be to be short, sweet, and to the point--that goes for both profiles and messages.She didn't say, "I'm mirthful, blustery, funny, and I hate boring conversations." She proved those things. Tell a story about when you were mirthful and blustery. Don't write a resume about yourself, paint a picture of yourself.Chuck Palahniuk has a good essay on how to write with engrossing detail.
Like the cliffhangers at the end of episodes of LOST (or whatever suspenseful show/movie you're familiar with), and like I did at the end of the last paragraph.