The points to focus on in the self-summary are narrative, details, uniqueness, and confidence.
Narrative: Begin your self-summary with a sentence that launches into a story about yourself. As soon as you start telling a story, everyone wants to know what happens next.
Funny, competitive, hard working guy that likes to have a good time. Enjoying my kids, working out, working and having as much fun as possible. Guy 3: I love people, cultures, traveling, and trying new things.
I am very smart, confident, happy with my life, and always up for an adventure.
Guy 2: I am a man who is out to meet new people and make friends.
I am an easy going person with a lot of smile and charm.
His interests, “workout, read, watch movies and travel,” are the same as 99% of guys on okc. His sentences make him sound like he’s not a native English speaker or he’s had too much to drink before writing this profile.
Guy 3 gets plus marks for writing complete sentences and starting off in an upbeat way.
In the 2015 poll, “tolerance for ‘polygamy’ is up to 16 percent, which may not seem like much, but it’s more than twice the 7 percent who found it to be morally acceptable in 2001,” he continues.
Shucart also quotes studies indicating 4 percent to 5 percent of Americans participate in some form of consensual nonmonogamy.
A 2012 survey found a high proportion of polyamorous people identifying as bisexual — about half the women respondents and about a fifth of the men reported they’d had sex with people of both genders in the preceding 12 months. “Though specialized dating sites for polyamorous people exist, this appears to be the first instance of a mainstream online-dating platform allowing two users to search for sexual partners together, as a unit,” the publication reports.
They don’t have your resume, they can’t see your athletic prowess, taste your expertly grilled barbecue, or hear you tell funny stories in an animated voice.
If your profile sounds boring or negative, they won’t be able to imagine you as anything else.