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Internet dating — everyone does it, and everyone complains about it. The guys think the girls lie, and the girls think the guys lie. Did you know you can hire someone to write your profile? Marilyn Anderson is 25, blonde, blue-eyed, toned & athletic, and loves to cook….
SHOW OFF YOUR PERSONALITY IN PICTURESAs much as we tell ourselves (and others) that it's personality that really matters, you're less likely to swipe right on an unflattering photo.
Over at Wall Street Oasis, a blogger writing under the pseudonym Bankerella has stirred up quite a controversy by rating the suitability of men in finance for extremely busy women in investment banking.
(Spoiler alert: she prefers traders over all contenders.) It’s the type of thing obviously designed to stir things up. Many are written by men, who are outraged that a woman would dare rate their suitability in this way (because, you know, guys never do that sort of thing). The best one asked why Bankerella limits her dating pool to people in finance.
— My interests are cross-country skiing, the opera and the symphony. So you’re wondering: Would anyone ever want to meet someone on my Truth-in-Advertising website? The myriad of women who aren’t tall, blonde, blue-eyed, silicone-breasted beauties. Not to mention all the gals and guys who auditioned for “Extreme Makeover,” “Average Joe,” “The Swan” and “The Biggest Loser” — but didn’t get on.
— I want a doormat who will cook, clean and slave for me. If-I-Don’t-Meet-Someone-Soon-I’— I’m anorexic, so you won’t have to spend money on dinner dates.
Run now and grab yourself a The photos above expose the home newly bald-headed Britney Spears purchased just two months ago.
As all the children know by now, Spears put the property back on the market earlier this week and some reports have her staying back at her house in Malee-boo.
It’s a familiar problem that both genders complain about: the photos aren’t current, the ages aren’t accurate, the incomes aren’t honest and half the time the people don’t even write the profiles themselves. Just remember, you don’t have to lie to find love — so tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth! On I’m Not Lying.com: Marilyn is over 40; brunette; brown-eyed; average build; and the one time she tried to cook dinner for a guy, she cut her finger opening a can of Spaghettios and had to go the emergency room to get 10 stitches. s Marilyn Anderson is the author of Never Kiss A Frog: A Girl’s Guide to Creatures from the Dating Swamp.
So just imagine: You walk into Starbucks and scour the place for that gorgeous, young, rich and intelligent hottie you found on the Web. Your “perfect match”: 20 years older, 40 pounds heavier, and who, according to their profile, sounded like the funniest, most clever and romantic person in the world. So, after much thought, careful consideration and a gigabyte of not-so-perfect “perfect matches,” I have decided it makes much more sense to have a dating Web site that not only requires people to tell the truth, but emphasizes that its precise mission is for people to list in complete and larger-than-life detail all their flaws. Consider what a delight it would be to meet people and think, “Hey, you’re really not as bad as you said!
But face to face, your “hottie” is a boring dud who can’t put two sentences together. And what do they expect their “match” to do when they meet them? ” Here’s an example of what some of the profiles might include: HIS Screen name: Mr.
HERS Screen name: Real Fox — oops I mean, Real Lox I snore. Whether you’re at a party or a bar, on a blind date or on “Don’t-give-up-even-if-you’re-homely.com” — someday you’ll meet them and happily ride off into the sunset together.
If Your Mama did not know this home belonged to Spears, we might be forgiven for thinking it looks like the large home of any-ole will tackle that job in one of his impossibly funny architectural reviews.