Dating profile for women samples

02 Jan

I find great satisfaction from the most ordinary things: a first cup of steaming coffee on the deck in the quiet early morning..manners on the freeway...a brisk walk with the dog... I’m easy going and try to remember to have a positive outlook whenever possible. I feel fortunate every day..nicely seasoned by life's experiences. The First Things People Usually Notice About Me I've been told that I have the perfect kind of curly hair. The six things I could never do without; Strong, steamy java in the a.m., a beautiful view, jazz, seasons. The Most Private Thing I'm Willing To Admit: This is too deeply repressed to access at this time..I don't have wrinkles, though: I have laugh crinkles. Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food: Recently read books include Lonesome Dove and Water for Elephants. As much as I'm embarrassed to admit I’ve never made it inside of Benaroyal Hall for live theater, but would love a partner in crime to check it out with. You should message me if: You are tired of talking to your pets.Avoid negative tones and always be positive about yourself. You wouldn’t want a future employer to read anything negative, so why would you want a potential partner to read anything that isn’t positive?Lying doesn’t get you anywhere in the dating world. Talk in specifics to give a full flavour of who you are.

If you're a skier, and mention you have a ski rental, you'll attract passionate skiers. This is an ideal opportunity to script your perfect fantasy.

I’m looking for a fantastic guy to share some of life’s adventures, and I am quite happy to work less when tempted properly.

My Self Summary: I’m a born and bred native Seattle girl, who lived in Arizona long enough to realize I missed the changing seasons and the Pacific Northwest. I spend a lot of time thinking about: On a typical Friday night I am: Catching up with friends or family, debriefing from the week--adult beverages often help...extra lemon please!

Her initial profile complained about being tired of online dating, being alone, meeting strange and dishonest men, and admitting to feeling burnt-out in her career.

In other words, her profile sounded defeated, tired, and kind of hopeless.