Dating site advice for girlsSpend any amount of time on a dating site and it quickly becomes obvious that despite the numerous instructions to be original and stand out, most women tend to write the exact same things. The trouble with this girls, is that while you type and read one thing, guys see another so never averse to helping out the fairer sex, here's a few quick translations for you.
I want to be treated like a princess
Translation: I don't want to pay for anything. This is perhaps one of the worst things you can write. Nobody likes a cheapskate and when we hear the word, 'princess' we're either thinking of mushrooms, Posh or inherited privilege. If you mean the first that's cool because we're all for dressing up like an Italian plumber and saving the day, but no one wants to go out with Victoria Beckham and royalty is many things but sexy aint one of them. Jokes aside, most of us are pretty up for equality in all its forms and this extends to the pub ergo when it's your round, it'd be nice if you
Who am I?Who am I?
It's hard to say.
Am I my beliefs? My deeds? My past? My future?
Am I self-defined or what others see me as?
I am not a label, yet I use them often.
I'm not defined by my nationality but I'm proud of my home.
I'm proud of achievements that don't really matter.
I have potential that is yet unfulfilled.
I am neither one nor the other. I am a contradiction.
Who am I?
I believe in free speech even when I hate what I hear.
I support the free market but call for regulation.
I don't like myself but have a real sense of self worth.
I've chosen my side but don't hate the other.
I fear war but acknowledge its necessity.
I avoid the word, 'normal' but don't want to be an outcast.
I say what I mean but don't always do as I say.
Who am I?
I'm the same as you though we be different.
I strive to understand when I cannot comprehend.
I believe in my values as strongly as you do yours.
I think I'm right but realise I may be wrong.
I'm a liberal with conservative ideas.
I've voted for candidate