If you look online, a lot of men don’t even bother to fill out all of the fields. Give Occupy My Living Room, Fight4Your Right, Activated Activist, Thou Dost Protest, Change For Good, or SJWontheloose a try.
If you can score yourself a pretty sweet username, you’ll immediately stand out from all of the JDawwg712s. If you’re a guy who knows how to use his hands and likes to get down and dirty, let the world know. You want to make sure your lady matches your likes.
Men usually aren’t the sex that communicates the best. The green lights in your town are definitely 10 seconds too short. Maybe you have a cause you’d die for, or maybe you just enjoy being against something.
Therefore, many times, we don’t take the time to think up creative names. Either way, you need a mate to help you make those protest signs.
Or perhaps it’s exactly the kind of positive, ambitious guy I’ve been looking for? But there’s a stumbling block for me, and I can’t seem to get past it: His username is another term for Dracula. Or you could choose something that indicates what your job is—Vet Guy or Writer Girl indicate that you’re comfortable with your profession. “I would stay away from any words that are negative in nature, like lonely and desperate.
What about my 8th-grade boyfriend—is he looking to reconnect? As in a centuries-old chap with a penchant for neck biting. Even if you are, find something positive or fun to use,” says Bev Bacon, dating expert and author of Have fun with your moniker, and if you find yourself in a bind, bounce the idea off friends (a friend of the gender you’re trying to attract is best! Ask them what they’d think if that username showed up in their inbox—and what the name suggests to them.
If you’re the outdoorsy type, try Hikin Biker, Canoe Hear That, or Camping Cutie. You like “Game of Thrones,” you have a master’s, and you’re in STEM. While you don’t always have to look like you’ve sauntered out of a salon, you enjoy looking good and take pride in your outfit choices.
Could it be a blue-eyed guy with a quirky sense of humor? There is nothing wrong with Mr Nosferatu’s profile—he seems nice, has a solid job, cute pictures, and no visible scars. We’d go to an Italian restaurant (with lots of garlic items on the menu), and I’d carry a pointed stick in my little black tote, in case he tried to get, er, fresh after dinner. Dating is enough of a challenge without trying to figure out if your dinner partner is a member of the Undead! A few days pass, and I got emails from several cute guys with normal, friendly usernames. In just 11 letters, Alia manages to convey that she’s fun, witty, and proud to be a West Coaster.
While we don’t usually get a chance to choose our given name, we can choose our dating username, and that can give us a head start on meeting someone special.
Your username should tell people something about you.
Obviously, these are only a sampling of archetypes of people.
Whatever your passion, try and offer it up in your username.