You don’t want to swing the pendulum and say, “I’m looking for marriage and kids.” I don’t think that’s necessary.
Again, we can’t short circuit time and interaction. You don’t need to feel that you should put it all on the table right away.
Just make sure that in the photos you actually look like you’re being sociable and having fun. Choose photos where you’re upfront and centre, and for the love of jeebus, One of the perils of living and dating on the West Coast is that you encounter a lot of photos of guys in wetsuits or scuba gear.
That’s cool that you’re into aquatic activities, however just make sure you include some photos that show what you look like when you’re not in all your gear.
”, it seems like a lot of men out there are still confused as to what kind of photos to include in their profile. I am aware that women post ridiculous stuff online too. Am I supposed to be turned on by the fact that you’re surrounded by a bunch of random lady friends that it looks like you picked up at Margarita Monday?
Creating a Great Dating Profile on Our What to do When You, Me and the Ex Makes Three?It looks like we don't have a specific address for Karina Louise Photography, which makes giving directions tricky. This business might not have an official storefront, or it might move to multiple locations throughout the day. Do you have more specific information about the location of Karina Louise Photography? If anyone would like to help me with this, let me know. Seriously though, I know you think showing photos of you with scantily clad women will make you look more desirable, but you’re just shooting yourself in the foot. However, until we’ve gotten to know each other I prefer to imagine you as untainted and like the kind of guy who would never even consider doing body shots off a hot blonde at Señor Frog’s (and if you did, would have the common sense to keep it to yourself.Because I’m here to help, Joe the Intern and I have put together a list of 18 photos that should be deleted from your online dating profile immediately. After all, what happens at Señor Frog’s, stays at Señor Frog’s.) It’s called romance. As someone who has been flashed in public more times than I’d like to admit, there’s something very unsettling about seeing a strange man with his pants undone, or in his underwear…and yet, people seem to think that it’s totally OK to post these kinds of photos on their online profiles. I have a rule: “Don’t post anything online that you wouldn’t do or say in person.” If you wouldn’t walk into a Starbucks without pants on, you certainly shouldn’t be pantless in your online profile.