The one who wants to date “losers” or the one that wants to date “winners? 2) Go From Typical to Unique Read this profile and tell me if you recognize it: “I am a fun person who loves movies and music.

Instead of saying “on hot days I like to go to the ocean or on a hike,” say, “on a sizzling day my adventurous side leads me to traversing the ocean on a sailboat or discovering a new waterfall that I can cool off under.” Instead of “I like to discover new things,” say, “I’m a lot like Indiana Jones in that I love exploring the mysteries of life, while educating my mind to appreciate new things.” Strive to give your profile some pizzazz by spicing it up sentence by sentence. 3) Filter Out Undesirables Your profile isn’t about getting responses.

It is about getting responses from the type of person you are attracted to.

Instead of “I like movies,” say “my favorite movie is ____ because _______” or use a movie character to describe you.

“I’m a lot like _____ in ______ because _______.” Use clever words that are descriptive.

Write to people who are looking for someone like you.

If she can’t see what you really look like, you’re not going to get her phone number.2.

Do you fit all, or most, of what she’s looking for? I often receive messages from men who seem to overlook the preferences I’ve stated in my profile. This means you have to read her profile, and pay attention to what you read. Don’t hover over your sent mail folder to see if she’s read your message.

“Funny, I didn’t think my age would be an issue.” Really? Don’t offer to help her fix her bike, when the story in her profile is about her success in fixing her bike. The questions you ask should be interesting to you, and personal enough to connect to her. Remember that you don’t know this person at all, and you shouldn’t have any expectations of when she should reply.

I’m looking for someone who is fun and can make me laugh.” Unfortunately, the above describes most profiles – typical and non-informative.