Julie says: The magic number of profile photos to post is three to five.
Posting a huge album of 30 photos belongs on Facebook, not on your dating profile.
Your online dating profile pictures must be all about you!
Any less than three, he may become suspicious, and wonder what you really look like today.
Like the Ab Shot for men, the Cleavage Shot is very successful, drawing 12.9 new contacts per month, or 49 percent more than average, Sam shares.
Now, this situation is very different than the not-so-cute coffee guy from today, because this guy was definitely cute and smart and funny!
So the fact that he provided me coffee on a daily basis just made it impossible for me not to have a crush on him.
No, it has nothing to do with a great date, don’t get your hopes up. My roommate knows what I’m talking about as last summer she got a surprise naked picture from an old fling. Then, I started thinking more about how crucial coffee is in my life.
Originally, my master plan was to go to med school so that I could find myself a doctor but the fact that I literally pass out (and have to be rushed to the hospital in an ambulance in front of hundreds of my high school peers on a marching band trip in 10th grade) at the sight of blood sort of foiled that plan. Today I received a picture of him in a hammock on the beach. Still, that has the potential of some risky business. Then I thought about it, and he actually wasn’t all that cute, but the fact that he was providing me with my coffee took him up like 50 levels in the cuteness factor.
Thanks.) Ok, anyway…so he picks me up and when he didn’t even get out of the car to greet me I knew that this was just not going to work. It also could be do to the fact that because of my Body for Life challenge I did lunges holding 20lb dumbbells the other day and am currently hobbling around like an 80 year old man. He’s pretty cute but I have that pit-of-my-stomach bad feeling that he’s like 17. SO no alcohol or junk for me until I’m back to normal! I am contemplating funny responses and welcome your suggestions. There is nothing more comforting and delicious to me than a hot cup of good coffee.
Now that I am thinking about it though, that is a bit strange that both of my Jdate guys took me on a date to the zoo. (Dad, will you please call me when you read this and let me know your opinion on the matter. That could be due to the fact that my face for some reason thinks I am a teenager again and is breaking out like crazy, which could be due to the fact that even though I am supposed to be doing Body for Life, I accidentally ate a pint of birthday cake ice cream for dinner last night. There is a cute guy that works at the front desk and we talk sometimes. A little older than my 24-27 range but I’m trying not to be so picky. ” I have never been one to lack commentary, but I have no words. Now, I’m not talking “oh, I love coffee because it wakes me up” but more like “I am obsessed with coffee and would sooner give up the internet and my cell phone than have to live without coffee.” The boost of caffeine is just an added bonus.
You may be the life of the party, but Julie suggests ditching the group photos.
You wont want to confuse your potential new boyfriend when he looks at a group of six girls in the photo.
We had been texting every day and he was really boring me but everyone said to just give him another shot at a date since I did have fun on the first one. My first date with Mexico was to the zoo and it was a ton of fun so I was hoping that the trend would continue. Especially not call him twice in a row, in the middle of the work day. Since neither ignoring him, nor subtle ‘i’m not interested texts’ weren’t getting the point across I eventually just had to do the “listen, sorry if I gave you the wrong impression but nothing is going to happen with us. Which is where I’ve been pretty much every waking hour that I’m not at work. Some guy, 28, pharmacist IMs me and we start talking. Like if you think I am going to hop on a plane to go on a date with you, get real. Yes, I do have high standards and no, I’m not going to just settle for someone. but my sister, who has no debt and works for Goldman-Sachs, can’t get a credit card other than her corporate one. Is she actually a risk (because she has no real credit history) or are the markets mistaken?