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Posted on Sun, Dec 26, 2004 16:46

How many people actually read the profile before getting to know someone? You never know that person may be, he may be the wealthiest or the nicest person you have ever met. Give people a chance. We are all on here for a reason.



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Posted on Sat, Jan 27, 2007 15:19

Richard!
That is an awesome poem.
I can see why you won three times.
I write poetry too...and have two poems published and copywrighted. I hope to hear back from you and wish we could hook up.
sincerely
Broccoli-Ruidoso NM



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Posted on Tue, Mar 21, 2006 18:08

I got pretty excited when a man instant messaged me yesterday, and he was quoting words to my songs. He had to have done some research to find me. After seeing his website, and calling the bus. phone # on it..it turns out he is a semi-famous personality, and quite talented to boot. I fell out of my chair when i saw his photos. It is uncanny what we have in common, small details of our likes and lives, etc. He knew quite a bit, before he contacted me. No prefab one liners, or delayed responses, this guy knows me. It is flattering to say the least, when someone notices, and acknowledges who you are.



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Posted on Sun, Oct 23, 2005 20:21

I like to read profiles because I think you can read between the lines about that person. I find it interesting when a person talks about how intelligent they are and describe all of their education yet cannot write. Makes me wonder. I have to disagree with IntelligentBlonde, though. I think if someone puts "no preference," it is not bad. I think it leaves people's options open. I think it's better to decide on what you like with each individual person.
I like to read profiles because I think you can read between the lines about that person. I find it interesting when a person talks about how intelligent they are and describe all of their education yet cannot write. Makes me wonder. I have to disagree with IntelligentBlonde, though. I think if someone puts "no preference," it is not bad. I think it leaves people's options open. I think it's better to decide on what you like with each individual person.

  


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Posted on Thu, Oct 13, 2005 15:22


thegoodlife2005 write:
Sigh . . . so many men don't read women's profiles . . . they must not understand the competitive advantage of doing so.

Personally, I am SO impressed by men who comment on my profile that they're the ones I write back to before all others . . . even if I don't find them particularly attractive. They are the ones who deserve consideration of a response, no matter what.

Oh well . . . !


Yep, I agree, I'm new but I did learn that reading what people post reveals more about their personality, sense of humor and how they interact with others.
On email though, I had this guy who appeared to have drafted a form letter and copy and pasted it in my email...on the bottom there was a response from a "Deb"...OHHHH OUCH! Boys always edit your correspondance first drafts make it nowhere. LMAO. I mean think about it?
If you can't think of something original to say in an email and you have to copy and paste a response, what are you going to be like in person. "Please refer to page two, paragraph 4?" FUN....God, hope I don't post this with type-o's that would be embarr"a*s"ing...

  


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Posted on Sat, Sep 03, 2005 13:28

Do a G**gle search for..perfectmen,bit*hywomen. LOL



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Posted on Sun, Aug 21, 2005 14:18

Sorry can't remember it.... Wish I could, might be useful! lol



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Posted on Fri, Aug 19, 2005 15:06


Rose2009 write:
"and I would dare the guy who would submit a profile written by his or her ex-spouse...all need to be taken with a cupful of salt.."

Wasn't there a web site set up by some ladies that did exactly that? They posted their ex boyfriends and husbands, for other ladies to choose from. I seem to remember reading in the paper it was a very popular site, and lots of ladies were pleased with the honesty of it.



Rose.,
Do u know the name of that site? I think it is wicked and that way no one could say later that they were misled..'caveat emptor', let the buyer beware, should hold true then if u hear it from the horses' mouth or maybe in this case the riders...lol



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Posted on Fri, Aug 19, 2005 09:26

"and I would dare the guy who would submit a profile written by his or her ex-spouse...all need to be taken with a cupful of salt.."

Wasn't there a web site set up by some ladies that did exactly that? They posted their ex boyfriends and husbands, for other ladies to choose from. I seem to remember reading in the paper it was a very popular site, and lots of ladies were pleased with the honesty of it.



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Posted on Tue, Aug 16, 2005 04:47

Nice Profile, TGL!



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Posted on Tue, Jul 26, 2005 08:35

Sigh . . . so many men don't read women's profiles . . . they must not understand the competitive advantage of doing so.

Personally, I am SO impressed by men who comment on my profile that they're the ones I write back to before all others . . . even if I don't find them particularly attractive. They are the ones who deserve consideration of a response, no matter what.

Oh well . . . !



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Posted on Mon, Mar 07, 2005 20:41

A poem I wrote that is soon to be published.It has won three contests and is in the top ten of six more at the moment

The Flaming Rose
Only in feilds of love where she grows.

The most beautifull flower the flaming rose.

Those in love and who have true sight.

Can gaze upon her in her bright light.

Winter is near and most say she is doomed.

Snow is on the ground and she's still in full bloom.

Only two way's can put her fires out.

Lose your love or have any doubt.

Her fires will burn as long as there is love.

From the two on earth and God above

Richard Chase Heinzman

Copyright ?2005 Richard Chase Heinzman

  


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Posted on Fri, Mar 04, 2005 11:46

hey i never read no one's profile until they email me, but i think is good to read it before you start talking to that person just to make sure you know some thinks about him or her....

  


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Posted on Sat, Feb 19, 2005 18:51

Hi... not sure if my photo will be posted here as I am brand new to this site. So far I think it's great! Much more fun than a few others I have been on! Love the Forum! I totally agree with 1hotmama about the grammar and spelling. It makes such a huge difference when a man expresses himself in a clear, articulate way and spells correctly. It's a bit rare these days unfortunately.



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Posted on Fri, Feb 11, 2005 21:56

I always read the profile. I don't care for them when they are too short, because, this is your first insight into this person. However, when they are too long, yikes, I always think , dude has way too much time on his hand! They have to be brief, yet insightful. After all, that is your opportunity to make a first impression.



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Posted on Tue, Feb 08, 2005 23:09

Yes I read the entire profile and comments too, similar to hotmama. I want as much info I can have on someone before I will email them or look at their profile.
When they just leave everything no preference, makes me think they are either desparate and want anyone alive and breathing, or don't want to share anything about themselves. And if they are that uptight to be like that, must be alot worse in person!
Make you go hmmmmm eh?
PS poet lady nice piece but wrong stream!

  


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Posted on Wed, Feb 02, 2005 23:08

The future is silence.
Unseen, untold.
What is this "silence" mean?
Emptyness? Vacuum?
May be a different kind of substance?
The way to express?
Who knows? Who should know?

The future is space.
With no start and no end,
No volume, no border,
No age or colour.
Than what it has?
And how it could be discerned?
Who knows? Who should know?

The future is time.
The substance of life,
Making it
s way from
One point to another with
Frightening inevitablity.
Who knows? Who should know?
Will it stop one day or ...?



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Posted on Tue, Feb 01, 2005 14:18

Bonnie88, I have to disagree with you. I think most people are honest in their descriptions of themselves. And the part about the EX writing the profile? WOW....that's funny! Have you ever heard that saying: what is one persons garbage is another persons treasure. Same applies for EX's.....I wouldn't want to hear what some EX said about a man I am dating. I like to form my own opinions. Besides, the profile is just an opener, you really need to get to know the person and then you will know if the profile is crap or not! :-)

  


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Posted on Mon, Jan 31, 2005 14:50

self proclaim profiles are like CVs..all adverts and should be taken with lots of warning..at best they are colorful..in fact I would suggest we all submit profiles written about us by friends and teachers and employers..like character references ..and I would dare the guy who would submit a profile written by his or her ex-spouse...all need to be taken with a cupful of salt..



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Posted on Sun, Jan 30, 2005 20:51

I definitely read what men write as well as some women.....it's interesting to see how people describe themselves and let their personalities come through their writing. I have never returned an email from some man without 1) reading the entire profile and 2) looking at the comments that others have written about him.

It's also a pet peeve of mine for people to use bad grammar and spelling, so I HAVE to read it! There is something sexy about a man who can write well. (On top of dressing well, being sexy/sensuous and smelling wonderfully! oh and big hands doesn't hurt ! ;-)