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" We may be tempted to click "I'm intrigued," but not for the right reasons.
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With a better idea of what makes people say "HECK YES" to someone on a dating site or app, I became curious: What are the biggest turn-offs in online dating profiles?
What do people see in profiles or messages that make them think "NOPE"?I've certainly experienced the "NOPE" myself due to very specific lines in profiles, including "you should message me if you're more feminine than feminist" (you're gross and you don't understand feminism) and "I like to wear nice clothes and drive a nice car" (so do we all, but if that's important enough to go on your profile, we'll both disappoint each other).I've also, like the majority of OKCupid users, seen most people I message give me a "NOPE" by not responding, and I've wondered if there's anything I can do to change that. Don't include photos of dead animals, don't include photos of you with a gun, don't mention hunting, don't mention fishing — or do, actually, if you want to weed out people who don't share your hobbies, because, trust me, there are a lot of them.Too much humor is usually a sign that the person is insecure and uncomfortable with being vulnerable, which could lead to problems with emotional intimacy down the road.The humor is used to distract.” Marital status: “separated”: This one isn’t necessarily a deal breaker."Providing a long laundry list of what they DON'T want in a date when they're not exactly God's gift" is a no-no, said Ann, 29. It's not that we don't appreciate your six-pack, but showing it off to every stranger who views your profile gives the impression that you're looking for either a hookup or a very superficial relationship — and, once again, invokes the bro stereotype: "Usually these belong to bro guys who aren't very deep," said Martha, 23.