Telegraph dating profiles
With this in mind it could be concluded that most men want gold-diggers and most women want shallow men.
Even if we ignored the horribly outdated image of the sexes that it projects, it seems like a spectacularly short sighted approach to dating: the chasm between expectations and reality on a first date can be so wide as to kill any fledgling relationship dead upon first meeting.
Their dating platform helps professionals to meet online, providing extensive profile creation, messaging and a few simple extras to help things get off to a good start. It’s certainly not overflowing with features such as games or chat rooms.
Whilst that won’t appeal to everyone, it does feel like some of the flab has been cut away to leave a set of practical tools underneath.
She can be found tweeting @Jo Barrow The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.In my dating profile, I pretended to have a passion for swanky cocktail bars in SW1 when actually I'd rather have a pint down the local pub.I wanted to become that kind of person, whatever 'that' was, so I projected 'that' image and hoped someone would come along and cultivate sophisticated tastes in me.However, while using dating websites as a kind of set of resolutions to be a better person is sweet and misguided but probably forgivable, lying about unavoidable truths about yourself is an altogether different matter.When dating online, you think in ‘types’ – that is, you consider each trait and work out if you want to date the type of person that would be attracted to that.