it reflects that we have wildly different interests.
I also tend to steer clear of ones that include their astrological sign. In those cases, I might not avoid them just based on what’s in their profile.
• Some people chase dreams, I make mine a reality.• Looking for someone who can deal with new age, female Einstein.• Please don't email me saying that you think I'm hot... • You think Lindsay Lohan or Kim Kardashian is hot and sexy? • Where to find my Gerard Butler from PS I Love You! • Your last online date.• I believe that griffins, good men and other mythical creatures exist - prove me correct, at least in one respect!
• Finding a good man is like nailing Jello to a tree - I'm desperate to nail Jello to a tree! • If you don't like coffee, there are always the movies and the baseball games!
• My soul mate's gonna be my only property; guys who can commit unconditionally only need apply.
These dating headlines may seem a little over the top, but gone are the days when the profiles read, 'Looking for true love', 'where's my prince charming? Do update your profile every now and then, as people get bored of seeing the same things over and over again.
Because when you’re dating online, which is an extremely competitive medium, you need every advantage you can get.
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