But putting it on your profile just makes it look like you've copied and read every other profile on the Internet.
Here’s the type of stuff dudes go crazy for on a woman's "About Me."1.
In addition to being great for your potential sex life, it's also great for your mind, body and your spirit. Admitting You're Not Afraid To ' Feel.' Here's the thing about the word 'feeling' — it lets a man know that you're not afraid to be authentic and that you're in touch and brave enough not to hide from your real self. "Using the words, ' I respect when a man does what he needs to fulfill his life', shows that he will be respected and at the same time feel free to enjoy himself, Colada says.
Guys want to know that you're not afraid of yourself — because they're scared of drama. "Men don't want a woman who's going to be their ball and chain."4. We know, it made the guys' list too, but here's the thing: men and women both want to see a person that's not afraid to go out and get what they want from life.
That kind of go-getter attitude transfers over to relationships — and that's a huge turn-on.
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Find out what lingo your potential partners are (& aren't) looking for in your online dating pro Meeting a partner online can be overwhelming — but now, we're making it easy. Colada says women love it because "They imagine being swooned by their future Prince Charming. I'm pretty hot.' The phone call may just get disconnected, on purpose."2.
We spoke with Your Tango online dating experts Julie Spira, author of the book, and Dina Colada, creator of the Sassy Sexy Single Dating Toolkit for Women to learn just what buzzwords your potential partners are looking for in your dating profile — and what they're not. Candlelit dinners, massages and plenty of flowers come to mind when women see the word 'romantic.'"2. Again, Colada says that it's because women will automatically feel that they're understood. "Interested In A Drama-Free Woman." A guy that says this right from the get-go should raise a few red flags, for sure. It's a burden that women won't want online or offline, for that matter.3. With that with language like this you should "expect someone who wants sex on the first date, or shortly thereafter."4.
So, here's what your future somebody really wants to see. Knowing that a man wants to — and actually enjoys — listening, it makes her feel more connected.3. "It sounds like he's not over his last relationship," Spira says. "Looking For A Sexy And Passionate Woman." This might just be the absolute no-no for a girl who's looking for a serious mate. "I Love Romantic Walks On The Beach And Sunsets." Oh, so cliché. Chances are you'll see a sunset someday with one of your dates.
"Is there anyone out there who want to be understood? Pretty sure we already know the answer to that one! "We know men lie about their height and income on their profiles," she says. Can you imagine a first phone date when he says, 'so let me tell you about myself…
Women want to see a man that's happy with his life but is looking to add a little more spice to the mix — especially with the right woman. "I'm A Handsome Guy." Spira says that using language like this might send the wrong message.