Do people really choose potential partners based, above all else, on a fondness for walking farther than the end of the road and back? If you were birthed in the modern world, however, get with the programme and quit this fake bemusement with the internet like you’re a maiden aunt seeing a pair of crotchless knickers for the first time.
Let the ‘long walk’ conversation come out on the first date, if it really must at all. I DO like honesty and fidelity.” I’m not sure you’re being entirely honest about the “fun” part, are you?
One or two of these might be OK, but a whole string of these adjectives is not really describing yourself.
You’re just describing how everyone wants to be perceived.
If you’re going to mention "dive bars" or "road trips," it’d be a good idea to be more specific: which bar or destination have you particularly enjoyed recently, and why? The fact that you're posting a personal ad is the one thing that can't possibly distinguish yourself from anyone else on there. "" Two strikes against this one: (1) it’s plagiarized from a million other profiles, and (2) it's code for "I still have lingering feelings of resentment about past relationships." Keep your relationship baggage out of your profile. "." I doubt that you're typing these words while an atonal composition by Schoenberg is playing in the background.
As far as "sarcasm," it’s probably better just to use it rather than mention it. You don't need to make excuses for why you're on a dating site. The truth is that you like some kinds of music, but not others. "I like all kinds of music" is a red flag that you're afraid to share anything about yourself. "" Same problem as "partner in crime." You’re clearly not working hard at coming up with your own words to describe yourself.
I'm not saying men don't make the same mistakes; I'm simply not qualified to judge their profiles. "," and other such generic adjectives to describe yourself or who you’re looking for.
There’s nothing I enjoy more than long walks on the beach.
Some of my other hobbies include watching the sunset from a picturesque grassy knoll, indulging in fine wine with a scrumptious foie gras dinner, and candlelight conversations on French film.
But a list like this is so generic as to be almost meaningless. Three seemingly off-beat things that everyone claims to be interested in: " mentions them.
As a result, it becomes hard to believe that everyone is so enamored of these things; they just sound good in a dating profile.
The worst adjectives are "" Again, there’s nothing wrong with any one of these on its own.