Te my last article, wij discussed packing out the basic profile with regard to who wij’re looking for and where wij’d like to find him. Today wij’re going to address the last few items Match.com covers ter their basic profile section, beginning with height.
1. How tall are you?
Sounds like a elementary enough question, doesn’t it? One would think it self-explanatory, but, sadly, it often isn’t. Ladies, if you&rsquo,re only Five&rsquo,Trio but indeed wish you weren&rsquo,t, believe mij when I say I empathize. At least wij shortcakes can wear high high-heeled slippers, right? But wearing Five inch high-heeled shoes to work does not a Five&rsquo,8 woman make. So don&rsquo,t lie about this one. Particularly since some dudes have serious height preferences. Just like women often do. So be fair. Whether you are brief or tall, there are explosions of dudes who like &lsquo,em exactly your height, so no fibbing! It&rsquo,s not like you can hide it from him, you know.
Two. What&rsquo,s your bod type?
Sensitive question for some of us, but imprescindible when you’re attempting to find a mate online. Let&rsquo,s see the entire list of options spil Match lists them: Slender, About Promedio, A Few Reserve Pounds, Athletic and Toned, Heavyset, Stocky, Big and Beautiful, Curvy, Full-Figured. The problem I have with this list is that several of thesis sound like the same thing to mij &ndash, and they also sound that way to most dudes.
I&rsquo,ll be more specific. Heavyset, Big and Beautiful and Full-Figured all mean overweight te my book. And it will mean this to most guys who read it. So if you&rsquo,re 6&rsquo,1 and calling yourself Big and Beautiful just because you&rsquo,re tall &ndash, don&rsquo,t. And if you&rsquo,re Five&rsquo,7, media build, but wear a 36 DDD &ndash, this does not make you Utter Figured ter my book. It makes you amazingly huge-chested (and very likely very popular!)
Spil far spil I can tell, those Three categories are just there to give larger women a choice ter how they want to be referenced. Which is fine &ndash, but make sure you&rsquo,re truly te that category before you select it.
If you&rsquo,re About Media, that means you&rsquo,re not overweight but neither are you skinny. Most women, by the nature of the title alone, will be ter this category. Slender and Athletic/Toned are not almost spil common. If you&rsquo,re built like Kate Moss Hilton, pick Slender. If you&rsquo,re built like Madonna, pick Athletic/Toned. If you&rsquo,re built like neither &ndash, welcome to the club!
Lastly, wij have the Curvy option. Being somewhat buxom with a J.Lo-ish bottom, I getraind into this category, and am slew content to be there. However, many women think this is sounds like a euphemism for being overweight and don&rsquo,t select it for this reason. I&rsquo,m here to tell you, ladies, when fellows hear the word &ldquo,curvy&rdquo, they tend to light up. Ter a good way. So if you&rsquo,ve got them, work them. If you’re built like Sophia Loren, Curvy is a ideally good option.
Trio. What&rsquo,s your sign?
Yeah, ok, this one is a little unrelated to your hawt, sexy-mama figures, but it’s the last question ter the Basic Profile section on Match, so I thought I’d include it. Almost everyone, masculine and female, lists their sign &ndash, so you might spil well, too. I always notice when man doesn’t include his, if for no other reason than it’s so uncommon not to. It doesn’t hurt to add it and most people regard it spil a joy little fact regardless of whether or not they believe te that kleintje of thing.
So that should take care of your Basic Profile. Stay tuned, next time wij&rsquo,ll be talking about Appearance and Interests!