Alli Reed, a Los Angeles-based comedy writer for outlets including Man Cave Daily and Maxim magazine, created an OkCupid profile for a contemptible alter ego with the sole purpose of seeing men reject her existence. Daunted by a deluge of spam-like indecent proposals, Reed wondered what kind of a person would deter such messages. It appeared that many men were willing to overlook aaroncarterfan's horrible personality due to her attractive selfies. Stunned by the response, Reed then made it her mission to make aaroncaterfan's interactions with potential suitors so toxic that they would stop messaging her. But despite e-mail conversations in which she claimed to participate in cyber-bullying, avoiding community service sentences, and faking pregnancies, she said guys still asked for her number.
Posted on May 23, 2013 by Blackdragon 75 Comments Oh boy, did I get a bunch of emails on this. Posted on April 7, 2013 by Blackdragon 11 Comments Back in February we held a contest on this blog where I paid $300 to the man whose profile text (without photos) would appeal to the most women, using a panel of 13 female judges. Posted on March 24, 2013 by Blackdragon 22 Comments Let’s talk about online dating openers. Posted on February 18, 2013 by Blackdragon 50 Comments Just in case you didn’t know, I had guys submit their online dating profiles without photos to be judged on a scale from 1 to 10 by 13 unmarried female judges, the winner getting $300. Posted on January 27, 2013 by Blackdragon 13 Comments Today begins a contest we will hold here on this blog.
Posted on January 20, 2013 by Blackdragon 18 Comments Many of you have emailed me this article right here.
Posted on July 15, 2012 by Blackdragon 12 Comments One of my standard techniques for online dating is to send out large amounts of email openers to women without bothering to read their profiles. Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.
Also worth noting is the fact Peter claims a postgraduate degree in his dating profiles, which does not appear on his CV. Already facing accusations of misogyny, he now turns around and proves that his agenda is more self-promotion than anything else by doing something which would seem universally offensive to all women.  Would he not fly off the handle if women tweeted him on his election day to remind him about women’s issues? He also laughably characterizes making an ignorant tweet directed at Theresa May as a “chat” with the Home Office.  If that is what qualifies as chatting, I suppose sending fan mail to celebrities makes you the best of friends.
I have spent the last 8 years of my life working on and perfecting the art of meeting women online. I’m an Aussie man in my early 30’s living in Sydney and I have developed a taste for Asian women.
The biggest mistake I see newbies make is that they completely miss the purpose of the profile and go in with the mindset that it’s a reflection of them.
They might want children but are looking for the right guy, time, or place before settling own.
Even though dating online has become much more acceptable and mainstream, it still has a stigma attached to it—especially with girls who are trying it for the first time. Use this psychology and write something that says “hey, me too!” and show them that you’re not one of those losers either. I had great success with a profile that started by saying how online profiles are really bad at working out who someone is. Kings Wiki is an ROK-affiliated wiki that contains articles around the themes of masculinity and nationalism.
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Thanks for this, it is truly inspired work especially as there is so little around for younger children.
I have a child with ADHD and this is the best way I have come across to break down his anger and to get him to understand the causes and how to avoid situations that get him in lots of trouble. Please know that you are inspiring and thank you so much for sharing these incredible materials! Good writing structure and grammar are important, but the ultimate goal is to make an impression on someone you haven't met yet.
In the prior article - How to Get Your Online Profile Noticed -  we outlined secrets that will help attract potential matches to your profile. It's important to rid yourself of any previous advice, assumptions or thoughts on what "should" be in a great profile.
Most so-called dating experts give the same generic advice related to an online profile (i.e. That stuff sounds good, but it is based on a primitive understanding of attraction, social dynamics and subliminal communication. Most people already discount what people write in their profiles because they know it is "crafted" to make the person look their best - just like they did with their own profile. You might THINK that you need to a) describe yourself in detail, b) explain how you like to spend your time, c) what you want in a partner, d) list your favorite food, e) give your astrology sign, etc. Most people don't read everything written anyway, so it's better to keep things brief and follow Step 3.


Show your personality in HOW you write versus listing tons of details and hoping it strikes some "compatibility" with a reader.
The last book I read was called One by Scott Turow which talks about his first year as a law student. Even if you found compatibility with this person in one or two areas, you probably found incompatibilities too. You favorite food, book and tv shows are worthless attributes to add to a profile unless you are going to utilize them in a witty, exciting manner. Just because two people watch the same TV show or eat the same food doesn't mean they are compatible!
At this point, you're probably thinking that I'm the total package compared to all the shirtless guy profiles on this site.
If you noticed what word I misspelled in the sentence above, you passed step 1 and can feel free to email me. At this stage, I fully understand that pics generate most of the initial attraction online.
I look forward to corresponding with anyone who has their act together and will appreciate a guy who does as well. The amount of replies this guy got with his profile was staggering compared to his old profile. Let's break down each element in detail, so you can utilize similar techniques in crafting one for yourself.
This sentence also piggy-backs off the dynamic we suggested in How to Get Your Profile Noticed. By suggesting you are a 'slow-mover', it gives women a critical level of comfort needed at this early stage.
This clever method of disclosing information about yourself makes other profiles look primitive. Mentioning you don't believe in astrology shows you are confident to take a position that may be different from many women. Women want a guy with a backbone, not someone who agrees with everything they say or believe. Secondly, guys often embarrass themselves by mentioning specific TV shows that aren't flattering or sabotage attraction. Finally, the phrase - "Try anything once" -  is a great way to say you are "adventurous" without using those same words everyone puts in their profile.
Claiming to eat anything "except Sushi from a buffet" communicates you appreciate fine dining without being explicit or pompous.
You specifically use the words "I'm the total package", but do it in a clever way that doesn't make you seem narcissistic or conceited.
You also sabotage every guy's profile with a shirtless pic by implying they are inferior to yours. The most brilliant part is that it almost forces EVERYONE who reads your profile to respond. You would not believe how many super attractive women responded by answering the question asked in the profile. In all seriousness, I'm a fun, confident, secure guy that would love to find that needle in a haystack online and prove the doubters wrong. Saying you're "serious" and that you are a "fun, confident, secure" guy are all attributes that every woman can appreciate and feel good about responding to. The verbiage - "needle in a haystack"-  subconsciously tells the reader that you are very selective and worthy of the rarest find.
Everyone knows the stigma of online dating, so "proving the doubters wrong" is a concept that most online daters can relate to --- otherwise they wouldn't be on the site. Acknowledging that pics dictate most attraction online may seem shallow, but everyone knows this deep down.
You aren't going to stress out whether the person responds or not, which are signs of a confident secure person.
Our advanced material stresses the importance of being "outcome independent" in your mind, but here's a great way to communicate it to others in your profile.
Nobody wants an insecure person that stresses over anyone who doesn't like them or respond. It's also not a bad idea to have pics from your past mixed in with current pics to give more insight about you.
An uninspired, boring profile generates no attraction and puts even more pressure on your pics to ignite chemistry.
First impressions count so dedicate the appropriate time necessary to create the RIGHT profile.
Make sure it creatively reflects attractive qualities about yourself in a fun to read and memorable manner .
Your effort will be rewarded 10 fold when the sparks start flying and your email box is filling up with people anxious to correspond with YOU!


If you have specific questions or would like 1-on-1 help writing your profile, all Friends With Benefits members should feel free to email us for potential help. To access the rest of this article, please upgrade to a "Friends with Benefits" member here. Click this button for a special one (1) week free trial to our "Friends with Benefits" membership where you will have access to the rest of this article and many others. Here is a sample profile we created on the Ashley Madison website that you can use as a guide for almost any website. Likely a terrible one, she assumed, and so she set out to create "the worst online dating profile ever" for just such a person.
In place of her own photo, Reed said she used images belonging to her friend Rae Johnston, an Australian model. I’m not on the dating sites at the moment, but many of you are and plenty of you are railing about the new age restrictions at Plenty of Fish. I decided to show this person empirical evidence of what I was saying. I never read profiles, but just for fun I decided to do two very quick experiments.
This is a real contest, with independent judges, independent oversight, and I will be awarding real money to the winner.
I wanted to wait before commenting on it, because there’s so much there related to what I talk about.
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I’ve felt the highs, the lows, and have basked in the cesspool of humanity that is online dating.
There are hundreds of other guys competing for her attention, and it is impossible to connect with someone when they’re being contacted by 30~70 guys a day.
In order to manage such a large number of suitors she’s going to be looking for ways to bring that number down to the most manageable number she can. We both know you totally are but it will let them be more comfortable… because they are too.
It’ll be packed with my experiences, advice, and tested methods in navigating the cesspool, from finding your demographic, to getting the date and closing the deal. You will be redirected to our site’s wiki where you can download any and all anger management for kids files! Thanks so much for your sweet comments- I read every one and am so excited that so many of you are able to help your kiddos understand and deal with their anger.
My older son loves Angry Birds (he’s played it twice lol) and he has quite the temper. I found you through pinterest and really hope these printables will help me talk to my son about how his actions affect others. I am creating a similar book for a self-control group I’m about to start, can you please tell me what font you used for your angry birds booklet.
This is intentional and will subliminally focus even more attention on what you are about to say.
I have said before that 80% of your success with online dating is the pictures you use in your profile. Day game is great but has a really low hit rate with Asian girls, because the hot ones get approached a lot and are generally rather shy. Start talking to her so you can start building attraction and get her on that phone as fast as possible.This moves her away from the competition and allows you to build a connection that she invests in. She has options, she’s not looking for reasons to choose you, she’s looking for reasons NOT to choose you. If you made it into the last 10 then she will take the time to read the profile and guess what the biggest complaint I’ve heard is? Any hard objective statement is dangerous because women can’t work with absolutes and will always be in a grey area. The whole time I’ll be blogging the experience as I test ideas, play around with new methods, styles, and generally screw it up for science. These are not intended to just be worksheets, but as a tool to discuss anger with your children.
I am a school principal of a very large primary school and will be passing on your resources with my staff (over 60 teachers).
She would love to have a family, just not now and she doesn’t want to put time into a relationship if you’re not going to be the daddy.
You are writing to a target demographic and the sole purpose of the profile is to get them interested enough to invest some energy.



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