But worst of all, you’ll end up attracting — you guessed it– self-involved arrogant d**che bags. Because those are the only people (aside from your grandma), who would actually be impressed by those lame self portraits you posed for.
Instead, always present yourself in a way that is in line with your personality and values.
So how does this translate into your online profile?
For starters, don’t toot your own horn by listing your highest accomplishments or coolest hobbies. You can do this by listing your favorite things (your most beloved books, films, and musicians say a lot about you), and by describing your personal goals for the future. Please…never, ever, EVER upload a profile photo in which you’re seductively gazing into the camera, not smiling, and showing off your biceps or cleavage. Trust me, you won’t look hot — you’ll look like you’re trying too hard to look cool.
Online Relationships 101 Sexy Photos: To Send or Not To Send Some people spice up their love life by planning a romantic dinner or scheduling a weekend getaway for two.
Try to spot Intern Paul in the back of the crowd scene at the end!
"If your face is visible, I recommend that you be very comfortable with these images eventually getting out for everyone to see [before sharing].
(Not that chances are necessarily high that others will see them, but I do think that it's best to think worst-case scenario here.) Then cross your fingers.
I really want to date and experience that part of life, but I don’t know how to go about it.
Each time I get rejected it makes me remember all the other rejections, and I feel absolutely crushed.