The first one is more common, but the second one is so much more fun.I will try to catalogue some examples I’ve encountered of each, to serve as a handy example of what to do in your profile.
William Shakespeare claimed, “Brevity is the soul of wit”—a self-supporting line if ever there was one.Another genius wordsmith, Mark Twain, once admitted, ‘I didn’t have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead.” Which, as any writer knows, has a kernel of truth to it. Well, simply take a trip to the Newseum in Washington, D.There’s no point in beating around the bush or soft-selling your wants from the dating world.If you were putting up an ad looking to buy a piano, you’d say exactly what kind of piano you want and what you were planning to do with it, right?According to dating coach Laurie Davis, any mention of an ex in your introductory letter is a one-way ticket into the trash folder.
¸ the narrator is dragged before the court of Queen Aoibheal, queen of the fairies, to hear the complaints of a young woman of the kingdom.Well why do anything different if your ad is looking for a mate? Just make sure your profile sounds like you, gives the reader a good idea of who you are and what you’re looking for, and you’ll be fine.The only thing you can do wrong is, well, everything else.Of course, this being a Why Not Books blog, we’ll start with a publishing parody (and end with another): 1.I’ve always been reluctant to advise people on how to construct their dating profile, because there’s really only rule: be yourself. If you’re an intellectual, don’t be afraid to talk about books, or politics, or…pipe smoking. And if you’re looking for something real and substantial, a genuine connection with someone you could be with for a long time – say that too.A press release from Schweitzers institution, North Carolina State University, says that the preservation of soft tissue in this duck-billed dinosaur fossil was even better than the material from the T. A controversial finding that protein fragments can be recovered from dinosaur fossils has been replicated for the first time.