The very idea of turning a guy off might seem impossible! After all some guys are turned on by poop, and happen to think that girls are sugar and spice and everything nice. Indeed, you will find that most guys are not turned off by physical appearances at all. There are male lovers of every physical imperfection, from big beautiful women to even French women that don’t shave. Continue reading How to Turn a Guy Off Online
Choosing dating site profile pictures
How to Choose a Hot Photo for Hot or Not
Whether you like Hot or Not, Rate O Meter, Rate My Looks, or Rate My Foot (that’s a joke…at least we hope it is) then you are no doubt very interested to know what kind of picture you should upload for your dating profile. The idea of a “rate me!” feature on a dating site is a great one, not only for ice breakers (some sites actually have a rate my photo feature in addition to a chat and browse function), but also for anonymously testing your dating photo before you post it on a well populated dating site. Continue reading Online Dating Profile Picture Tips
So, was your last profile description a disaster? Did you notice all your new friends suddenly went invisible every time you showed up? This is what you call virtual BO. And that usually results from a bad profile description which avoid as from having a good dating profile. We’re not even going to discuss a bad profile picture, because you should know by now that pictures of ALF are not going to win you any points. Your dates want honesty, attractiveness and a nice image showing success. Continue reading What to Write on Dating Profile
Ladies, it’s tough to cut the cord – sometimes it seems a less-than-perfect boyfriend is better than no boyfriend at all, right? Not so in the online world. Whether your dating site love’s gotten creepy, desperate or just isn’t hitting those high notes anymore you’ve got the right, nay the duty to set him free. Here’s how to do it tactfully. Continue reading How to Dump Your Online Boyfriend Nicely
I came across this brilliant TED talk by Renny Gleeson a few weeks back and it made me very thoughtful about how our social environment has changed over the years. Due to technology & social networks many of us are no longer inside our relationships but outside looking in. No doubt this would have occurred in the past but now technology & the environment support us in viewing/sharing our relationships rather than enjoying & participating in them. Check out Renny’s talk & let me know in the comments how you feel about his perspective. Its funny & enjoyable to watch whilst making a statement about our technological social life. Continue reading Ambient Intimacy – are you inside or outside your relationships?