Good internet dating profile names
Here, care of the Huffington Post, are some other ones to avoid.
Better to say: I love eating Persian food especially in West London.
They published their findings this week in the journal Evidence Based Medicine.
So it is the most important to place to (a) sell yourself and (b) be yourself. A name is a good place to start but for the sake of online security, don’t use your full name. Of course, you can read euphemisms into everything but there comes a point where you just have to bite the bullet and write something down. If you’re finding it hard to pin down that clinching fact, ask a family friend. That way you will get a more honest reaction (and avoid awkward questions if you feel that is how they might react). Safer people will look at profiles with safer names.
Actor-Actress references: While a name like ‘Bondseeks Vesper’ sounds cute, it may intimidate and even suffocate a perfectly suitable date.
Women read into tiny details so such names as ‘Bond Looking For Vesper’ can be perceived as your quest for the ‘perfect’ woman and may make many women turn their backs on you thinking that you have way too high expectations.
DO: BE THOUGHTFUL ABOUT YOUR USERNAME People gloss over this one too often, and maybe it’s because we’re in a time when people tend to use their real names, or variations thereof, in many of their online interactions. Remember back to when picking your AIM username was a serious task?
It was your identity, your marker, and you’d better be happy with picking “DMX123” because you could be stuck with it for years.