So you’ve taken the plunge and signed your single life away to an online dating site. In the virtual world, your dating profile is your shop front, and you want the lad or lass of your dreams to be lured inside by your unique metaphorical objets d’arts.With any luck they’ll leave praising your customer service, taking with them your phone number and the prospect of a real-life date.A website named v3rmillion, has gained some friction over the past months.A youtuber user by the name of Kat Kitty Killer posted a video about a context 0x4 breaking exploit for roblox, and at the time of release, he included the website "V3rmillion.com" in the description.Too long, and you could come across as self-obsessed or pseudo-psychotic.Of all the profiles I’ve seen the ones that make the best impression are long enough to prove the person has interests, passions, life experiences and something about their personality to pique my curiosity, but they’re not so long that I’ve dozed off and dribbled on my keyboard. Once you’ve carefully selected the choice titbits you’d like to use as bait for your prospective dates, you’ll also need to specify who it is you’re looking to meet, which usually involves setting certain parameters, such as age and height range.
Once you’ve carefully selected your photos, it’s time to knuckle down to the sales pitch.
But if you do happen to be of just such a monocular construction or host an unexpected dermatological decoration, it’s no problem whatsoever unless you actively hide it.
You’ll only get found out in the end; nobody likes surprises on first dates and it makes for very awkward small talk.
But please, ensure that you’re of the same ballpark age, weight and have the roughly the same amount of teeth as in your picture.
And, in ensuring your features are clearly visible, you’ll also eliminate the suspicion that, for example, you may be missing an eye or have a mole the size of a satsuma on your chin.