Network friend dating profile
You probably already have a general sense of what your friend is looking for (or not looking for) in a date. Take a gander through your friend’s Facebook pictures, and try to find ones in which they look like they’re happy and having fun, and also look like themselves.
Still, a quick recap conversation will help narrow things down for the both of you. Let your friend keep their carefully cropped, slightly weird, not all that true to life picture, but don’t use it as the main one.
We do archive unused and unvisited profiles from time to time.
Most of us online date—but many of us don’t know how to market ourselves.
After a while, all the profiles sound the same, full of similar clichés and adjectives.
(I guess I have the left and right brain thing going.) Now, let me introduce you to my friend Diane: Diane is an accountant who travels to a new country every year, loves to cook (especially lasagna), is from the South, and whose favorite hobby is making quilts. Now I’d like to describe myself in online dating profile form: I’m fit, intelligent, and I love to laugh and have fun.
My family and friends are the most important things in my life, and I’m lucky to be surrounded by great people.