In the same way that the best part of having a belly button ring is that you can take it out, the best part of online dating is taking it offline.Okay, so that just may be one of the weirdest analogies that I've ever made but it's still true.“If I wrote them back, which I wouldn’t, I’d ask if we could take a trip to funky town, too? “Everybody likes to talk about themselves, even on email,” admits Carole, 32, of Weaubleau, MO. ” Example: “What’s the wackiest thing that’s ever happened to you (besides this)?
“I see a lot of ‘As freaky as you wanna be…’s,” laments Jessica, 28, of Los Angeles. ” “I’m always speeding through my mail, so a direct subject line gets my vote every time,” says Dana, 35, of Champagne, IL. Example: “Corduroy pillows—they’re making headlines” or “Are you going to eat that?(The entire tagline is visible when your prospect opens your photo and full profile.) Spark.com, for example, uses this system to create a tagline from your essay.Table 1 gives some examples of good taglines gone bad (no, it’s not the name of a new TV reality show) when various dating sites didn’t display the entire tagline in search results.Focus on the less superficial stuff, not how tall or suave or sexy you want your prospect to be.Then you need to combine that thought with something about who you are. If that advice doesn’t work and you’re still drawing a complete blank, you have three choices: Some sites automatically use the first few words of your essay to generate your tagline. This tagline isn’t horrible, and it won’t injure anyone, but that tagline won’t excite anyone either.