There are obvious big negatives and red flags like racism or liking Twilight but a subtler one is bad spelling and bad grammar.
If it’s in your personality to not get all of those right, then by all means, keep it as is but try to make it less egregious and offensive.
I know it can be difficult to get pictures but you can go on a picture taking spree with a group of your friends for a day. Avoid them like a Sudowoodo and that infernal Wailmer pail.
The reasoning behind this is because they don’t really say something.
So if you’re Grindr-inclined, here are some quick tips: This is rule #1 for a reason. Have a cute picture of yourself 3 years and 10 lbs. Not only that, but do you really want to be with someone who doesn’t like you as you are? Don’t upsell yourself by employing supererogatory verbiage. You come off as pompous and worst case, pretty dumb if you use the words wrong.
Following this rule will instantly cut through the majority of the bull that you will deal with. You want to give people the chance to know you as you are. This is probably the one rule that blows people’s minds the most.
There should be pictures of you on a trail of some sort. )I know you’re an interesting and unique snowflake but no one is going to read a novel about you.
This is the internet so people’s attention spans are very short. You need to leave an open question or an obvious way in of some sort.
Ending your profile in a cutesy “If you’re interested in me, send me a message ; D” does absolutely nothing.
It’s difficult to find that dateable and compatible 1% of that LGBT 10% of the percentage of the gender you like.
So in these internet filled days, what else can one do to meet people? These days, it has become more acceptable to find the one online.
They’re used so often that they paint you as really boring.
If you’re funny or witty, actually demonstrate it with your profile. If you’re a guy that likes simple things, demonstrate it or talk about things you enjoy.