" alt="Mistakes men make" style="width: 481px; height: 386px;" / If you use photos which feature you and a woman – we will be wondering what the deal is? And as a further turn off, we don’t want to see your toilet cistern in the background. One level down from having a photo with a woman, is having a photo of you with a female evidently cut out. But the thing is, we will still be asking ourselves, who is she? Otherwise we will just think you are pretty lazy for uploading a photo with someone else cut out.I didn’t mean to confuse you with my comments about not approaching and everything, but I do approach and have practiced stuff from your site.what I mean about not approaching is mostly day time and night street game.Even if you’re just joking, few self-respecting women will click on the profile of a guy who calls himself “sexyguy4u2nite,” “39goingon20” or “hangover13.” “Many men create a name that totally contradicts the sincerity of their profile,” says Roman Griffen, author of .“Women see a username and decide whether they even want to bother looking at your profile from that.
), list every job you’ve had since high school, and detail every accomplishment?
Also – we can only imagine what you having been doing in the bathroom while you’ve been admiring yourself in the mirror.
Your profile pic is your biggest selling point online.
A username can make them think, ‘Oh, this guy just wants a roll in the hay’ and move on.” Female-friendly fix: Pick something that shows some personality, but that can’t be misinterpreted as negative or sleazy.
Try combinations that incorporate your first name, your job, one of your better attributes or a hobby: Names like Tall Texan, SDSoundboy, and Talkative Rick all tell a little about you without waving a red flag. Absolutely—women are keen on knowing about your career.