Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
A good dating profile precisely works like the aforementioned rule. The simpler the headline, the simpler it is to understand it.
to be a part of the dating sites, is like selling yourself. The rule is AIDA = Awareness, Interest, Desire and Actions. The main characteristic of the aforementioned sample dating headlines, is simplicity.
Its first part, namely the headline, serves the purpose of seeking attention or creating awareness. With a spelling mistake such as 'can' becomes 'can't', the meaning of the headline can change for worse.
muahaha(skinny wives out there, don't get mad, it's a joke!
)These are all REAL headlines that I saw today:"Looking for my prize trout, not the usual carp"-Funny, clever... Scientists have been looking for the "missing link" and still haven't found him...
I give it a "Don't be a dumbass"-Straight to the point... "WHY DONT ANY GUY WANT ME"-Let me count the ways... It creates an awareness about you amongst the seekers, generates interest amongst those who understand it, arouses a desire amongst the ones who like it, and finally leads to an action! Another factor you may want to note is that it should have no spelling mistakes.I don't know that I've seen headlines that made me want to pee my pants before - but some of the profiles sure do. I have this thing I do, to news headlines, article headlines, profile headlines, whatever.If it's seven syllables long, I'll sing it to myself in the tune of "Camptown Races"."I'm looking for Mister Right", doo-dah, doo-dah,"Tired of the games men play", oh-bah-doo-dah-day Try it.It's fun if you're easily amused, and what's so great about being hard to amuse?One I had for a while (that i thought was funny, guys notsomuch) was,ur skinny g/f turns in2 ur fat wife So why not just cut to the chase and try a fatty out?