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Online Dating Gone Rouge – Fake, False and Duplicate Identities

Friday, September 8th, 2017

Online Dating Profiles come and go, people find boyfriends and girlfriends and checkout of the dating scene for a while, some never to return, others just go dark with their profiles until that relationship ends and they are ready to start again, like Taylor Swift’s song; Blank Space. Still there are other more bizarre things happening with the online dating profiles. Let’s talk

You see, not long ago, a nice gal confided in me that she was fed up with online dating. She asked me; “Have you come across people who have more than one profile, appearing as different individuals, but really the same person?”

Yes, but whenever I see that I feel it is a scam, same pictures on different profiles, they probably borrow the pictures from someone else too. As far as other places, I find writers do this because they have more than one specialty and don’t want to confuse or dilute their brand. I have used a pen name before, but don’t bother anymore, so I understand why, but I think that is the wrong way to play it, not just for moral reasons, but rather if everyone does that, then we end up allowing society to categorize us as one thing or another, rather than see the diversity in each individual, thus it does a disservice to the unique’ness of the “one” over the comfort of the many – philosophically speaking of course. Then my acquaintance explains her question deeper;

“I was really referring to two different profiles, two different sets of pics, appearances of two different individuals completely. It’s a total subterfuge. I’m always surprised at the games people play — it’s SO hard to keep my story straight when I’m telling the truth because life is complex.”

Yes, I’ve observed that scenario also, almost as if it is a Chat Bot or Artificial Intelligent program creating profiles. I’ve also heard of scorned women having two profiles so they can check up on their cheating boyfriend, gals have told me they’ve done that. On LinkedIn people make fake profiles so they can post comments in the forums under assumed names to make it look like people agree with them or more people disagree with you. It’s a political game they play too during elections. “Humans and Deception” seem to go hand-in-hand, nothing surprises me and as someone once said; nothing is as it seems.

What happened to the old days when dating was so much simpler? Well my friend those days are gone forever welcome to the Matrix!

Free Online Dating: Tips and Advice

Friday, September 8th, 2017

Are you a real “newbie” to the world of free online dating? Do you find online dating foreign? Fret not, dear readers. Here are some online dating tips to assist you in enjoying the experience.

Your Username

Let’s start at the beginning. It’s great to choose a username that makes you stand out. Just remember, though, there is a big difference between being very clever and being so obscure your username goes right over the heads of potential partners.

If someone is already using your first choice for a name, just let it go. Obviously, it wasn’t that clever after all. Avoid using provocative pen names. Not everyone has a sense of humor when it comes to online dating, especially if you are hoping to find a long-term relationship.

Your Profile

A profile that is carefully composed is essential to a successful online dating experience. The profile area is your space to present not only your biographical information but also other special personal information, pictures of yourself and some details of what you are seeking in terms of a date and/or potential mate. Don’t stress it though, because while you only get one chance to make a good first impression on a date, you get as many chances as you want on your free online dating profile. Get together with a friend or two when you’re ready to build your profile. They can help in choosing the best pictures.

Your Photographs

All your photographs should be under seven months old unless specifically designated otherwise. Your main photo should be a headshot. People should be able to see your eyes. In fact, there are free online dating sites that will suspend your photo posting privileges if your main photo does not show your eyes.

You should also include at least one full body shot too. This way, when you do score a first date, there will no concern about how “different” you look in person. Don’t post too many pictures that include other people who might hide the real you or confuse others as to your dating status either.

Keep all your profile photographs updated. Include supplemental photos of you enjoying your favorite pastime or perhaps pics from recent vacations. They can give you something to talk about.

Your Headline

Your headline should make a statement about you or maybe answer a basic question like: “What qualities am I looking for in a man/woman?” Again though, don’t be so clever; you may lose your “reader”.

Your Description

Your description should focus on three separate sections. The first concerns who you really are and some of the different things you enjoy doing. The second might be more about your personal habits or just about anything unusual or unique that makes you stand out from the crowd. The third one should discuss your current activities, books you have read and films you have seen recently.

Additional Tips

Finally, try to be brief. Share, but be careful you don’t share too much. Find a comfortable middle ground between letting them know something about you and removing all the mystery. Use spell check, too. You don’t want a profile that looks thrown together.

To summarize these online dating tips, you want to give people an honest representation of yourself, both physically and mentally. Specify a few things that make you stand out. If you took time off to protest at Standing Rock or have a unique collection of some sort, include that. It will get people’s attention.