Perusing dating sites and apps is more often than not an uncomfortable experience, especially for women looking for men. There are some cringeworthy profiles out there. One of the biggest places guys screw up when making their profile is choosing their pictures. Good god, there are things I will never unsee. But it's not just the creepers and actual garbage people who are making terrible profiles; normal guys are killing their chances too.
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App dating is brutal. Your likability is determined by a few photos and a brief bio that can't be too generic or overly quirky. Striking the right balance is tough, and sometimes you may seem downright annoying. So what shouldn't you say?
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Woman Creates 'Worst Online Dating Profile,' Attracts Lots of Men
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That's what one woman wanted to find out when she created what she dubbed "the worst online dating profile ever. Alli Reed, a Los Angeles-based comedy writer for outlets including Man Cave Daily and Maxim magazine, created an OkCupid profile for a contemptible alter ego with the sole purpose of seeing men reject her existence. Daunted by a deluge of spam-like indecent proposals, Reed wondered what kind of a person would deter such messages. Likely a terrible one, she assumed, and so she set out to create "the worst online dating profile ever" for just such a person. She called her character "aaroncarterfan," and filled out her profile with other information that she hoped would repel men, such as under the category "I'm really good at