Writing online dating profile attract men rules for dating my gaughter
All the messages that started out with, "Dear Lulu's Mom" or mentioned my dog were worth responding to.
By following these tips, take it from me: You'll get way more messages than you can even respond to.
And lastly, make sure you do post at least one photo (and preferably four or five).
Profiles without photos immediately make guys suspect you may be hiding something.
Maybe you'll find that future father to your five children after all (just, um, don't say that).
For example, if you want a foodie who's also into sci-fi, write something like, "You like to travel by Tardis to parts unknown for a snack." Through all of my profile tweaking, I discovered a way to find out which men had actually read my profile in its entirety and didn't just contact me based on my cleavage.
My Ok Cupid name was Lulu (plus some numbers), which is my dog's name.
Toward the end of the profile, Ok Cupid asks you for five things you can't live without and I wrote, "My dog, Lulu." So, every message that started with "Dear Lulu" was immediately deleted.
Before I met my current boyfriend—full disclosure: it was offline—I had an amazing run on Ok Cupid, where I was able to attract a lot of men who fit my criteria almost perfectly.
With so many fish in the scummy pond that is Los Angeles, how did I make my profile stand out from every other cute blonde actress/writer out there? Heed my wisdom, and you too could be fielding offers from potential men of your dreams.(Disclaimer: I cannot guarantee these tips will prevent your first date from being fantastically awkward.