I’m also into Barbara Streisand, but not in a crazy way. I like guys who can make me laugh, who enjoy culture, and who don’t mind take-out food.I have reddish hair, blue eyes, and am just above 5’1. Perks: you’re tall(er than me), you can grow a beard, and you have a job.Deal breakers: you live with your mother (and you’re not taking care of her), you have a girlfriend, or you weigh less than 100lbs.
Deal breakers: you live with your mother, you live with your current girlfriend, I could bench press you, or you like country music.
Must have read more than 15 books in your lifetime and not committed any serious felonies. Revision #1: I’m a single 20-something who likes hiking, wine, and cheese.
I love books, especially anything by Steinbeck, whom I adore.
First Draft: I’m a single 20-something who loves hiking up mountains, eating Brie cheese, and sipping red wine (preferably all at the same time).
I read ALL the time and have the kind of crush on John Steinbeck that no man will ever be able to live up to.
I feel personally connected to both Barbara Streisand and Prince, probably because of my star quality and affinity for sparkly things.
My spirit animal is a baby bear because I love to hibernate. I need a guy who can make me laugh in the supermarket, a guy who’ll stare longingly at paintings with me in the MOMA, a guy who knows exactly when it’s time to give up and order chinese food.
Your first dating profile is like your first kiss: part intuition, part luck, and part creative mash-ups from what you’ve seen on the internet.
When I first ventured into the online dating world, I treated my profile like a memoir.
Ok, more like an embellished version of my memoir, but still. When writing your dating profile (or if you’re married or whatever, helping your friend write their profile) lie if you must, but keep it brief.
I went through about six drafts before I found something that reeled in the men.