In just three paragraphs, Jake shows his creativity, spontaneity, and flirtatiousness. Here’s an example of a hypothetical story on a dating profile going bad — hilariously bad.Rosefacekillahh, from Melbourne, Australia, warns online daters that she’s “not down to earth at all” in her Ok Cupid profile’s self-summary.I enjoy [activity] with my friends or watching [popular television show or movie] on my own. Of course, writing a funny and attractive dating profile is no easy task.
Some bored person on the web created a Zoosk profile for Superman. In the Story section, the comic book superhero explains, “Long story but let’s just say you better be ready for a love affair that’s out of this world.” Under movies, Superman writes, “Action. His perfect match has alliteration in her name, and his ideal date is anything not involving Kryptonite.No word on whether Lois Lane has a profile of her own yet. Take it away, Sydney: “The only reason I want a boyfriend is so that when I’m singing Fergalicious and it’s at the part where she says, ‘I be up in the gym just workin on my fitness he’s my witness’ I can point to him and he’ll do the little ‘woo OOH’ part because right now I have to do both parts by myself and it’s stressful.” Sydney makes them boys go loco.Then she explains in vivid detail what will happen if you don’t answer her texts.“I will turn up to your house drunk at 3 o’clock in the morning crying and trying to break in.” Points for honesty?Reluctant online dater dont_email_me lives in Texas, and he is very clear about what type of woman he wants: “If I can’t bounce a quarter off your inner thigh, hit the gym, not the ‘send’ button.” Charming.
“Okay, here’s the thing,” dont_email_me wrote in his self-summary, “I receive tens of thousands of emails a day and I can’t possibly take the time to read all of them. All I know is, please don’t send me an email if we aren’t at least 100% match and 0% enemies.” Message received. Savanah, age 22, is a mystery wrapped in an enigma. Her picture shows her leaning against the railing of a bridge with sunglasses covering her eyes. Not a lot of skin showing and no clues to her personality.
We may not know much about him as a person, but we know he’s hilarious, and that’s enough to make a striking first impression.
Reddit gushed over Taylor’s Ok Cupid profile photo of himself in ladybug shirt (which he made) against a ladybug backdrop. He boasts an 80% response rate to his messages on Ok Cupid. The average reply rates for men hover more in the 30% to 50% range according to Ok Cupid’s internal data.
Taylor is doing something really right in his innovative photo sessions.
The Huffington Post dubbed Taylor, “a veritable Ok Cupid God” due to his array of zany photos, including one of him sitting lakeside with red writing saying “YOU” and pointing at the empty chair beside him.
Clearly, he’s someone with a healthy sense of humor (and possibly heroic aspirations). Pictures on Tinder are extremely important for a first impression, so kudos to Reid on sending a positive, original, and funny vibe to date prospects on the app.