Think about specific things you like to do in your spare time.Include things like food, sports, musical preferences, creative hobbies, lifestyle related activities – anything really!Real life examples: “Relaxed Wanderer”, “Champagne_dame”, “Silly West Coast Girl”, “Mission Man2014”: Incorporate your interests: Mentioning what you love about life and highlighting your pastimes in your username is a great way to provoke interest particularly if the person you’re writing shares similar interests.
Your username is a chance to provide some insight into your passions, and creativity, maybe even making someone smile with the use of only a few characters.
So skip the ‘Yes’, ‘Got one’ and ‘Just Ask’ and be honest about how you earn a living. list the industry you work in: If you aren’t comfortable disclosing your exact position or the company you work for, it’s OK to be more general for the time being.
For example, if you are a legal aid, there’s nothing wrong with entering “legal” under profession and then elaborating on your first date!
If you select “looking for no commitment” or ‘want to date but nothing serious”, don’t expect people to read between the lines and assume you are “open to a relationship if you meet the right person”.
If you’re wavering between selecting “Looking for a Relationship” and “Dating but nothing serious”, choose the former.