Catchy usernames for online dating
Taylor is doing something really right in his innovative photo sessions.
The Huffington Post dubbed Taylor, “a veritable Ok Cupid God” due to his array of zany photos, including one of him sitting lakeside with red writing saying “YOU” and pointing at the empty chair beside him.
Her About section is a little more informative, but not in the way most daters want. Hey, if you have a genuine six-pack (or the ability to photoshop one), Tinder users deserve to know.
“A little-known fact is that I cover 40% of Africa,” she wrote. The result is a comical portrayal of himself carrying puppies out of a burning animal shelter. What I enjoy most about Reid in this picture is his look of sincerity.
Jake describes picking his date up in his Kia Sorento with lit candles in the car.
The picture isn’t the funniest part of his dating profile, however.Clearly, he’s someone with a healthy sense of humor (and possibly heroic aspirations). Pictures on Tinder are extremely important for a first impression, so kudos to Reid on sending a positive, original, and funny vibe to date prospects on the app.This anonymous Ok Cupid user, featured by Buzzfeed, already had our attention with his oh-so-original shirtless bathroom selfie.Some bored person on the web created a Zoosk profile for Superman. In the Story section, the comic book superhero explains, “Long story but let’s just say you better be ready for a love affair that’s out of this world.” Under movies, Superman writes, “Action. His perfect match has alliteration in her name, and his ideal date is anything not involving Kryptonite.No word on whether Lois Lane has a profile of her own yet. Take it away, Sydney: “The only reason I want a boyfriend is so that when I’m singing Fergalicious and it’s at the part where she says, ‘I be up in the gym just workin on my fitness he’s my witness’ I can point to him and he’ll do the little ‘woo OOH’ part because right now I have to do both parts by myself and it’s stressful.” Sydney makes them boys go loco.