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Personally I think uncharismatic men use interesting dogs to divert attention from how boring they are.
Like how men with unremarkable faces have embraced the beard trend. Disappointingly, no word on how men with beards do, but blokes who mention children tend to rate highly amongst the opposite sex (women who mention children don’t do anywhere near as well), which makes me think we’re all after a blue-eyed sensitive hunter gatherer who loves the outdoors and rescue dogs, owns a camera phone and has been to Calais at least once. Pretend you’re in a Gillette advert and you’ll be fine.
It will send the message that you take care of your mind and body and perhaps someone will ask you to join them at the yoga studio for a date. If you post anything less, a potential date might think you're not serious or might be hiding something.
Anything more, I recommend posting it on your social media sites such as Instagram and Facebook.
The image we’re sold of the perfect women, and one I’m sure men subconsciously emulate when asked to describe their ideal girlfriend is of someone who ticks all the right boxes without introducing an ounce of controversy to the proceedings. She has a cool job, but likes curling on the sofa with a box set (which is her boyfriend’s favourite boxset, luckily – no romcoms for her! How on earth else do you think Radiohead got into the mix?
), she’s whimsical but driven, down-to-earth but not too homely, and crucially, she’s never too controversial – her tastes, character and hobbies never stray too far in any one direction. She’s won’t embarrass you, and she certainly won’t challenge you, she’s the perfect girlfriend! Now I’m not saying that I’m so subversive and quirky and cool that I can’t possibly relate to this character, in all her blandness (I am a bit).
By posting a handful of photos, it's enough to pique his or her curiosity, while leaving them wanting to see more of you.
Of these photos, the primary shot needs to be a close-up, smiling, wearing an outfit with a solid color such as red for women and blue for men.
Maybe I’m just bitter, because I’m crap at yoga, scared of surfing and haven’t listened to a Radiohead song since 2004.Red is my favorite color for women as it's the color of passion, love and romance.It also happens to be the color of the stop sign, so a man's natural instinct will be to stop to see your profile photo. My recommended word count its 125 - 150 words on a traditional dating profile and two sentences on a mobile app. When you meet someone online and click offline, take a chance and take your profile down in good faith to see where the relationship will go.Although not too much of a hedonist – whereas men with tattoos tended to do better with the opposite sex, women with tattoos are a turn off. Incidentally, the words ‘model’ and ‘actor’ are also popular – either a sign that men tend to go for women who are models, or proof that you can just say you’re a model on your profile and men will automatically feel more attracted to you – is it genuinely that simple?I’m inclined to take most of the data with a pinch of salt, but there’s still a grain of truth there.