Dating a walking cliche Mobile flirt4

04 Apr

We’ve all had times where we felt we couldn’t live up to someone’s expectations and describing your ideal date so rigidly can do exactly that.

Saying you want a non-smoker with a good sense of humour is fine, but mentioning that you’d also like them to love animals, look like a catwalk model, earn millions and be passionate about sci-fi is a little too far.

When it comes to writing your online dating profile, you don’t have to spend long to get it just right.

Start with your basic details and a picture – they are a must. What might not be so obvious though, is the stuff you SHOULDN’T include.

My friends (and family) are really important to me = I go home a lot.20.

Like long walks on the beach and candlelit suppers?

Either try to put this in a more original way, or leave it out altogether.

There were a couple of nights away: wild abandon and sickening guilt. You can say you are trying a new class or seeing a film with an old friend. If he’s the polar opposite of what you’ve already got, it’s hot. You’ll feel self-conscious at first, and you’ll make mistakes, but you’ll soon be able to get by in restaurants and hotels.

Intoxicated by the thrill of it all, I was poised to fall in love. All these things seem perfectly acceptable on Mondays. You learn a new language All the schmaltzy things you say to your existing partner – sweetheart, baby, sugar-pie, honey – sound like a foreign language when you say them to the new object of your affections. Clichés become your reality The grass is always greener; better the devil you know; you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone; play with fire and you’re going to get burnt: whoever wrote all the great clichés was definitely having an affair. You confide in strangers You are keeping just about the biggest secret ever, but don’t want to tell anyone who might give you “the talk”.