Here are a couple more examples using romantic clichés with a twist: • Mike In Shining Armor from the cliché Knight in Shining Armor. John Vice: Does this guy have a vice like a drug problem?• Happily Ever Adam from the cliché Happily Ever After. Demon Wrath: Ummmm (you can draw your conclusion) Da Gift2Womens: Yo Yo, will dis gangsta ask her on a date den pop some caps?And look at this – John116342, that’s so plain and what’s with all the numbers?
There’s an online epidemic of username suckyness going on that’s about to get cured for the Doc’s group of kick-ass gents. When a girl is browsing profiles or checking through her messages deciding which guy to click on — there’s a problem. Your username is one of the first things a girl sees online. I surveyed 10 girls that use online dating and they all agreed.
Play around with the capitalization of your username to see what LOOKS the best.
Tip: Some dating sites like Ok Cupid allow the use of dashes — in the username.
Natalie says: “When I’m window shopping for guys online, I pass over 99% of them. Just look at this guy – Lover Boy69 – he’s cute but that name…
(She shakes her head and rolls her eyes in disappointment) I wouldn’t even look at his profile.
you wouldn’t go on a date wearing swimming trunks, a dress shirt and boots right?