But one 22-year-old single took this trope to ridiculous and glorious levels on his dating profile.
Jake describes picking his date up in his Kia Sorento with lit candles in the car.
We may not know much about him as a person, but we know he’s hilarious, and that’s enough to make a striking first impression.
The Huffington Post dubbed Taylor, “a veritable Ok Cupid God” due to his array of zany photos, including one of him sitting lakeside with red writing saying “YOU” and pointing at the empty chair beside him.
As Chiparoo wrote on Reddit, “Well he’s got MY attention.” For her profile picture, Becky chose a shot of her up to her neck in colorful plastic balls. Hilarious, with just a hint of innuendo, Becky definitely makes an impression on the singles of Tinder.
In front of my burning car.” This imaginative profile, courtesy of Tumblr, entertains online daters with an amusing story. What works for one person can be taken too far by another.
In just three paragraphs, Jake shows his creativity, spontaneity, and flirtatiousness. Here’s an example of a hypothetical story on a dating profile going bad — hilariously bad.
A nice quantifiable return on attention invested goes a long way toward getting her to check you out, and as long as you deliver with a quality profile, you’ll have a happy girl on your hands. First, it presents the girl with a third party endorsement of you. So you’ve been single for awhile and wanting to fall in love. Don’t take anything too personal and enjoy yourself.