‘Seeking Prince Charming’ screams ‘deluded’
painting the bathroom yet another subtler shade of gardenia’. Do you really want that all over again? Also, never say, ‘Willing to share the remote’.
Boasting about your party tricks as an attribute can also send very mixed messages – your ability to pull a condom through your nose via your mouth may go down well at drunken gatherings, but is hardly likely to impress the more refined potential suitors.
Also, avoid things like ‘white knight seeks damsel in distress to let down drawbridge’ as this will be construed as a euphemism.
The online dating decoder can also help you get under the skin of any suitable date.
So ‘cuddly’ equates to ‘fat’ and ‘vivacious’ equates to ‘aggressive’.
To these I could add, ’Just looking for a nice, decent guy’ which decodes as ‘needy and more baggage than Celine Dion at Heathrow.’
Similarly ‘seeking Prince Charming’ screams ‘deluded’.
Many middle-aged male dating profiles seem to stress that they are solvent. Even if true, don’t write this on yours.
The online community will either think you are some form of liquid capable of dissolving another substance, or a bottomless bank balance for shoe shopping sprees.
It also suggests you have little tangible attributes other than the shameless flaunting of your wealth, which is both vulgar and naive.
If you do state your solvency, be wary of women’s profiles that say, ‘I love the finer things in life’.