Internet dating books for men
According to the survey of 3,000 adults, by uk, nearly half the men asked have lied about their job or salary in order to improve their chances at finding love; meanwhile almost half of women lied about their weight or body shape. When you fill out an online profile for anything, you’re doing it with the intended audience in mind, or at least you should be if you’re playing the game smartly. This is particularly true in online dating, where you’re essentially describing your most desirable self, but specifically angled in such a way to attract your ideal partner.In my dating profile, I pretended to have a passion for swanky cocktail bars in SW1 when actually I'd rather have a pint down the local pub.She can be found tweeting @Jo Barrow The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?
Joanna Barrow is an undergraduate student at the University of York.From Bebo through to My Space, Facebook, Linked In, Twitter and beyond, I’ve used the whole range of tricks from flattering camera angles to (tragically) writing easily Google-able ‘inspirational quotes’ in my profile in my attempts to appear like a rounded and likeable individual. I probably shouldn't admit this, then, but it comes as no surprise to me that the results of a recent survey reveal that 57 per cent of people have lied on their online dating profiles.