She realized her profile was clearly missing something to attract men.
So, she put her data analysis background to work and figured out how to improve her results and, ultimately, find a husband.
ELMHURST, IL—Barely able to contain his enthusiasm for whatever they would be talking about later on, area man Marc Kahan was reportedly excited to hear that his girlfriend has been doing a lot of thinking, saying Thursday that she must have come up with a really great idea.
TUSCALOOSA, AL—Longing for the day their bickering at last grew into something more, local woman Nadia Samuelson told reporters Tuesday that she was still holding onto hope that her toxic friendship with area man Michael Nussbaum could blossom into a toxic relationship.
Aside from my own luck and the trendy radio ads and sexy commercials, it seems as if no one’s happy.PORTLAND, OR—Saying she couldn’t believe she went to all the effort, 26-year-old Kara Velasquez expressed anger and frustration Tuesday at having gotten completely drunk just to be stood up on a first date.PHOENIX—Providing a brief summary of who he is and what he considers most important for a successful relationship, area man Todd Waterson’s Ok Cupid profile flatly states he is looking for someone he can control, sources confirmed this week. But that doesn't mean you don't have control over your fate. In this post, I am going to teach you a few steps to help make this happen. I hate to start this list on a shallow note, but no matter how amazing the written portion of your profile is, if the pictures are not up to par, the majority of men will never even read it. This doesn't mean you have to be above-average in the looks department. Make a calculated effort to post pictures that are both flattering to your particular look while also revealing the best aspects of your personality. They know they have to be interesting to get a response, but thinking of something interesting to say every single time they message a woman is very difficult. However, let's suppose you change this statement to, "I'm always up for a night of camping out under the stars (don't forget to ask me about the time I was almost attacked by a bear! The world of online dating is filled with the good, the bad and the downright ugly when it comes to suitors. With a bit of hard work and training, anyone can create a profile that will stand out from the competition and attract the right people. Often, men will see a profile they are attracted to, struggle with what to say, get frustrated and consequently, skip to the next profile. Writing in your profile that "I love camping in the summer," doesn't make it easy for the reader to strike up a conversation. And a message that seals the deal on the trifecta of feeling hopeless: "Wussup babe.