Random dating profile generator

Again, this isn't OKCupid or Match, so you don't need to write a whole thing.

One guy I matched with recently had "Just a Jim Halpert looking for my Dwight Schrute" written in his profile, and I thought it was hilarious because of how unexpected it was.Later in my relationship with that guy from tip #5, he told me that he felt like one of his Tinder photos in particular was "really hot." This was, of course, the photo I was the least attracted to. You, on the other hand, are probably less sure if a picture you're using is actually drawing unnecessary attention to your oversized nose or hiding a great pair of eyes that you should be showing off. It's one of those left over archaic things we still care about.I told him this, and he seemed offended, like I'd just told him he wasn't hot at all. If you need help figuring this out, don't be afraid to ask someone. When we're swiping through your pictures, we're trying to figure out how tall you are.And not only do their descriptions not accurately reflect their vivacious personalities, but their profile pictures look NOTHING like them.The photos they choose accentuate receding hairlines and squinty eyes that they don't even . How can such smart, awesome people have such little self-awareness?

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