This gem of a dating profile, highlighted by Cosmopolitan, has one of the most laugh-out-loud About sections ever. I hope this 24-year-old single has boys lining down the block for her.
You’d think everyone on Ok Cupid is there because they want to meet people. Some users just want to be left alone while they wait for an imaginary perfect match to fall in their inboxes.
He’s decked out in armor and has a long sword slung casually over his shoulder as he looks off to the side, as if to say, “I’m too cool to look directly at the camera.” Evidence suggests this type of photo is very attractive to online daters.
According to Ok Cupid’s data crunchers, “Men’s photos are most effective when they look away from the camera and don’t smile.” And then there’s his one-sentence About section: “I’m banking on your standards being a lot lower than mine.” Playful, self-deprecating, and original.
“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.
By the way, she also claims to hate bicycles, beaches, sunshine, and parks. In her dating profile, Rosefacekillahh describes a nightmare scenario that will scare off most, if not all, potential suitors.
Probably best to avoid depicting yourself as a psycho stalker if you want people to message you. First, you have the picture, which is nothing short of epic.
These side-splitting online profiles can be witty, crazy, or just plain stupid, but at least they’re memorable. A lot of guys paint a picture of their ideal date — dinner, movie, makeout session, etc.
But one 22-year-old single took this trope to ridiculous and glorious levels on his dating profile.