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You'll want to write a profile that represents you and what you're looking for.
One study found men use, on average, 106 words in their online dating profile. My friends say that I'm a laid back down to earth guy.
I enjoy going out hanging with friends and family as much as having a lazy day and chilling at home with a good movie or some video games.
Seriously, this would be a great dating profile if you were the Riddler but for everyone else, it's a bad dating profile. One big block of 524 words that just hurts looking at even when blurred out. The last thing you want to appear is wishy-washy or weak on your dating profile. Just what a woman want’s, a 37-year-old man who doesn’t know if he wants kids but will date every option available on
Nothing screams laziness like this: On the flip side, don't share too much information. According to Match.com, 84% of women will routinely watch you for your confidence level, and it starts with your dating profile. Notice he doesn’t know if he wants kids (red flag) and is looking for a woman who “definitely wants kids someday” but “isn’t sure” or “probably not” wait “no” she doesn’t want kids, or maybe “No” she doesn’t want kids but is “ok if her partner has kids”. Women who want kids will NOT waste their time on a guy who doesn't know if he wants kids or not.