Think about how you would feel if you read a guy’s profile that said something like “I want a blonde, blue-eyed woman who isn’t over 5’5″, is a doctor, doesn’t smoke, has never been married, loves dogs but hates cats, enjoys Italian food but hates Indian food, knows every word to every Beatles song, and has visited all Seven Wonders of the World.” OK, that’s an extreme example, but you know what I mean.
This will definitely pay off, as proven by e Harmony, who found single women rank funny among the top 10 words they find enticing in an online dating profile.
Sorry, fellas, but the study also shows that this doesn’t apply to women.
Before you put your profile out there for the world, and a potential date or partner, to see, use a tool like Grammarly, ask someone else to look it over, or, at the very least, keep an eye out for the red squiggle when you’re typing.
There’s no judgment here, but there’s a time and a place for everything, and women are less likely to take you seriously if it seems like that’s what you’re all about.
If your profile just stops without something to encourage women to reach out to you, that’s a missed opportunity.
So, ladies, here’s how to write a dating profile to attract men, according to our years of experience and numerous studies we’ve looked into.