You know that you’re an interesting person, but selling yourself via your profile isn’t your strong point.
Never fear, e Harmony Advice is here to help you craft honest, funny and succinct answers to profile questions.
What I learned while being on Yahoo Answers last night is it's a scary place.
The majority of people posing questions, especially in the "relationships" section appear to be adolescents or teenagers, and those answering them seem to run the gamut.
However, to say these are the most WTF responses in the history of Yahoo Answers would probably be wrong.
Because you went to SUNY Farmingdale, slapped a "Relationship Columnist" tag on your byline, I'm supposed to take what you say as having any sort of merit. Answers or writing to "Dear Abby"-- or whatever the hell the millennial equivalent is -- your questions about whether or not you should "marry my girlfriend if I'm secretly in love with her sister?
At least in the first thirty days where you're both trying to figure out if you like each other enough to get serious, or you don't like each other enough and want to get whatever the opposite of serious is. Don't take relationship advice from anyone-- let alone someone on a website.
By simply incorporating one or two revised responses into your profile, you’ll most likely enjoy greater online dating attention and success.
Sure, this generic question may seem silly at first, but it’s a great way to advertise your best non-physical attribute(s). Possessing such a quality means that you’re comfortable with yourself, without being cocky.