(With the possible exception of the the hot-young-guy-with-no-money loophole I’ve described before.) Random Subject 4, a long haired 36 year old hottie, said: Actually, her profile didn’t say anything about those three areas above. Again, the girls had to be cute, but that was the only criteria I used. The guy I was trying to prove this to read the profiles as well to verify I wasn’t being biased in my interpretation. To be fair, of them had one sentence about how she was “tired of players”, but that was it. Which group do you think is the best to message online? Just make sure you are acutely aware of the indirect language women tend to use when discussing these topics.) this is not a scientific sampling. The other guy who disagreed with me read all the same profiles and more or less came to the same conclusion, so as to avoid confirmation bias, which I fully agree I would have been guilty of had I done this alone.
Other than that, they were completely random clicks on my part. Out of five, related to the three negatives listed above. None of this “don’t try to fuck me” ASD stuff or “you’d better spend money on me” gold digger stuff or “I expect commitment first” Disney stuff.
Instead, write the list of qualities you want in a man.
Then create a story using a couple of those qualities along with one or two of the activities you love to do.
Of course, there’s no one-size-fits-all, but their number one criteron make sense to us: an emphasis in profile questions on mutual interests and honest self-representation over looks and sexual prowess.
Bowling Green State University professors of gerontology, Dr. The study authors also delved into the question of which features make a dating site a good fit for seniors.
My only rule for the random sampling beyond that age group was they had to be somewhat attractive, i.e. My guess was all or the majority would have at least one of the above in their profiles. Once I clicked on five cute mid-thirties gals and actually read their profiles, this is what I found.