Date: 2018-04-09 09:41
When I first saw this username I thought it said something about murder! NOT a good impression.
The word ur was used instead of the correct spelling your.
David, I once received a message asking me if I was Jewish, but when I replied 8775 No, why? 8776 the comeback was 8775 Oh good! So, do you wanna go for a drink some time? 8776 .
I 8767 m glad you liked the guide. Here are initial thoughts on the usernames you came up with. You can be pigeon-holed with the TravelAdaptor username. It tell me you like travel, that 8767 s it. If you 8767 re specifically looking for a girl that is REALLY into travel then that 8767 s fine but it doesn 8767 t really tell the girl anything other than that.
To put it in perspective, pretend you're a hot woman (you know, the kind you want to date). Now imagine 655 messages coming into your inbox each day. Are you even going to click on the one from 8775 four75wannafook 8776 ? Neither is she.
I don’t have time to look at every profile so I choose the one’s that stand out. There’s just something about a good name paired with a tasteful photo that makes me stop and notice, but most of the names guys use are terrible.”
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PRO : Inoffensive and uncontroversial
CON : Booooring! All this tells me is that you 8767 re a dude (probably) who 8767 s named Jeremy (probably) who may or may not have been born and/or graduated and/or created this profile in 6987. Er. This is not useful data. Life is short and there are waaaay too many dudes online you 8767 re competing with you 8767 ve got to find a way to stand out a bit more than this. So don 8767 t just go sticking in the number of your birth year or area code or whatever. Numbers = not remotely compelling, unless you manage to work the Fibonacci sequence in there and you 8767 re an actual mathematician or something. That would make them relevant and witty, and likely to stand out to similarly math-minded gals.
Ja mesNeedhamIII- So you know how I just said it 8767 s really dumb to use your first and last name? Some people do it anyway. And to those people I say, 8775 I hope you are not going on a job interview any time soon. 8776
PRO : Sounds playful with subtle word play indicates that this user likes wine and has that Northwest-scruffy vibe (you know, like a bit too much stuff from Filson and a few days 8767 of stubble). Sounds somewhat hot/sexy yet sophisticated.
CON : Could possibly signify 8775 bear, 8776 which is a slang term in the gay community for guys who are a bit hairier/less effeminate. Could send the wrong message about your orientation, despite you self-identifying as straight on the site. (As my husband would jokingly yell, 8775 WORDS MEAN THINGS! 8776 But he 8767 s right. Think about the double-entendre and maybe check the terms you want to use in Urban Dictionary , but with a grain of salt.)
I new something was up but didn 8767 t know what was wrong let alone how to fix it. I found your site and instantly identified with the username issue. I read the article, watched the video and downloaded your workbook. I started the keyword brainstorming and couldn 8767 t stop thinking about the two examples 8775 Once Upon A Tom 8776 and 8775 Mike in Shining Armor 8776 . I thought about the way most children 8767 s stories end and they lived happily ever after. From that I came up with the username 8775 HowieEverAfter 8776 . Howie is one of my nicknames.