Nothing about a random string of numbers and letters, like “DR42785”, communicates that you have brains and creativity to spare.
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Without a great photo the chances are your username won’t even matter.Men are quite visual and they’re instantly attracted to women based on what they finds physically attractive.Grab a piece of paper, and write down some words associated with your occupation, some of your hobbies, and some adjectives or verbs you think sound interesting.(is a great source of inspiration, by the way.)Are you in IT?Let’s recap: DO: use strong, interesting words to capture her imagination, tell her something about you, and make her want to know more.
DON’T: use creepy, unappealing, or boring words that make her think you’re lazy, unimaginative, desperate or sex-obsessed.No woman surfs Ok Cupid hoping to find a guy so weak and depressed he needs therapy. You also don’t want to sound like all you think of is sex – Fantasy Maker22, Squeegie_Taco (that just sounds wrong) or anything with the numbers “69” in it.If a 7th grade boy would find it amusing, that’s a clue not to use it.Look at your list of hobbies, and think of some powerful words associated with them. How about “Rule The Ruck” or “All About The Blitz”. “Pack Your Passport” and “Around This World” suggest vacation adventures in her future if she responds to your message.A bit of mystery also helps you stand out of the crowd.Along those same lines, don’t pick a name that sounds gross, icky, or just plain unappealing , like these guys did: Mr_Sluggo (he hates salty food! ), IDon’t Have Ebola (don’t link your profile with disease in her mind) or Primate1967 (who wants to date a monkey? File this under obvious, but a brief glance through my most recent Ok Cupid matches made me realize I have to point it out: stay away from violent words when picking a name.