It sure would make writing this more entertaining, and reading it would be much more fun too. Maybe the rock-star lifestyle would be fun, but I don't want to live that life and a girl that's looking for that is not for me.
I could tell you about all the exotic cities and expensive hotels I've stayed at while being on tour. While my story might be Rolling Stone worthy, I do work hard, pay my bills, enjoy the company of my friends & family ...
So tell me, if you were stuck for an hour in an elevator with someone famous — who would you want it to be and why?If the photos don’t cut it, we generally don’t click on the person. But if we make it past the photo, skimming profiles, the first thing you'll notice is the profile tagline.This little ditty can compel us to read further, or it can cause us to roll our eyes and move on.”You can write messages like these for any common interest or scenario you find in profiles, like traveling or photos taken with a cute pet, for example. If you do too much of it, you could get into trouble.The more frequently you find it in the profiles you browse, the more you’ll be able to use your carefully-crafted message. You connect with her on an interest of hers (ideally one that you have in common), and then you ask a question geared toward the topic at hand (skiing, hiking, reading, etc.). So what we recommend doing is just changing one word in each message.That’s all it takes to stay completely under the radar.