They differ in that they can be easily changed and provide a bit more space to describe whatever it is you feel relevant.Quotes from famous people that you admire, agree with, or want to emulate are quite popular in taglines as are truisms and lines from famous movies or songs."A handle (or username) is the name other members of the dating site will use as your "name".On most dating sites, a handle cannot be used by two different members, thus making it a unique identifier.My pumpkin carriage arrives and whisks me away to Starbucks where you are waiting with a hot cup of Zen tea and a blueberry scone.
Then, I write your profile using your own words and phrases, exactly the way you said them. " Here are some excerpts from among the hundreds of profiles I've written for my clients: "What else can you expect if we were to date?
I am trying to stop interrupting others when they’re talking and to listen without thinking about the next thing I’m going to say. I also love to explore different cuisines, travel to places close and far away, see movies, attend Broadway shows, or see a performance at Carnegie Hall." - Woman mid 30’s “Walking my cat who has an identity crisis, obsessed about making the perfect macaroon, have a bunch of loud-mouthed friends, cooking chili crab (a Singapore national dish), curry from scratch, I have a sewing room, I bruise easily, especially when I go pole dancing, I have to tell my co-workers that I’m a klutz.
Like everyone, I am a work in progress." - Male early 30’s "I want to meet a man I can have fun with, someone who has a great sense of humor and loves to laugh and play. Open-mindedness and intelligence are also good qualities. I wasn’t getting abused I was just getting abused by the pole. I have been known to grab a bucket of Benjamin Moore pain t and repaint my room for fun.
The problem with using any of these kinds of pieces as your tagline is that others are probably thinking the same thing.
Peruse a couple of dating sites and you'll quickly see what I mean: "I'm the one your mother warned you about," is still a favorite after more than a decade of use, and many online daters steer clear of anyone using this tagline because of it. Try for thought-provoking, unusual and/or intriguing one-liners.