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So we chatted with Hoehn about the weird, wild landscape of online dating profiles, the most common mistakes people make in their OKCupid profile, and how to land a lady or dude on Tinder. We were out, getting the check and he was like “I can’t get another drink because I’m really stuffy.
How did you get into the dating profile ghostwriting business? She got me drunk and said “You are getting online; I am sick of hearing you complain about being single.” In any case, I went on some bad dates that culminated in this man trying to seduce me with nose spray. But I have nose spray and a bottle of wine at home if you want to come back there.” your move? Anyway, I went back to my online profile, and I did a bunch of research. Especially, with younger women, sometimes they’ll rely on their photos and know that they’re going to get a million and one messages no matter what, and they’ll half-ass their profile.
So, I moved to New York to work at a magazine and later became a freelance writer. I put in hours and hours of reading profiles, adjusting mine, and my dates started getting way better. But I don’t think people realize that they have generic profiles.
Right around then, my friends started asking for help. I was surprised at first, but I think guys are the ones who don’t want to help from friends or families. The biggest mistake is that people end up not saying anything. I think, honestly, writing about yourself is really hard.
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