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|Check me out eddie :) Thanks in advance.|
Posted: 1/2/2011 10:39:59 AM
|Are you kidding? What am I reviewing? "Just Forums" 1,000x! I am not aloud to base a rewiew just on your photo...so I won't!|
|Joey joe jo|
Posted: 1/2/2011 11:05:52 AM
|Hello, How are you? |
As far as your interests section, "good food" and "good TV" does not give much to the imagination. Your profile is way too long and too informative. Leave some details for mutual conversation. Your spelling and grammar is almost perfect. Just a couple of spelling errors. In paragraph one, "realised" is suppose to be realized. The word "cliched" is actually spelled "clich'ed".
Also saying that you can spend all day watching "good TV" and that you love just hanging out at home screams "Couch Potato". Update your pictures and put new ones up. You have some serious compressing to do. Your profile is boring, boring, boring!
Posted: 1/2/2011 11:24:25 AM
|Can you review mine please!!!|
Posted: 1/2/2011 12:27:33 PM
I have a lot of time on my hands so I'm looking for someone who isn't married to his job or other obligations.
Looking at what you wrote as your profession, I will guess that you do not have a job. If I don't spend my every spare second with you, that will be a problem. You would want to come first before my Job and my family!
Having "a lot of time on your hands" is not a good way to start your profile. You come off to me as "clingy" and have to be the center of attention.
Your pictures, although nice, need to go. I can't stand when someone puts a bunch of pictures up that are exactly the same. Keep one or two but add some different ones.
How is there a good way of giving people a hard time and teasing them? There is no such thing as "in a good way".
Posted: 1/2/2011 12:43:42 PM
|Well, I am looking for someone who can give me a lot of attention lol ..not someone who is too tied up with work and kids.|
There are good ways of teasing, if you can get that person learn to laugh at them self. I think anyone who can laugh at them self will never run out of something to laugh about, and to me laughter is the best medicine. I tease in a fun way not in a picking on someone and trying to make them feel bad about their self. If someone doesn't get that part then I wouldn't want to be with them. I despise people who are too serious all the time.
I do have a job but I have a lot of free time, so I would prefer someone who has a lot of free time as well. There are people out there that have a life other than their job and family.
Family is important , but it shouldn't take up all your time. Also, a lot of people my age have kids that are grown and on their own who don't require constant care.
Thanks for your review, but it really did me no good.
|Joey joe jo|
Posted: 1/2/2011 6:34:45 PM
I know this is pedantic but I had to write it. As an Australian I use proper English, the Queens English. Even though I am not a monarchist or believe Australia should be part of the commonwealth I believe in the correct use of language so in my world realised is actually spelled with an s. Also I believe you mean clichéd not clich'ed and when assimilated into English loan words usually lose their accent. For example resume is not written as résumé.
Anyway, thanks for the advice on the profile and I hope you don't take the above as offensive. Those little squiggly lines below words I know are spelled correctly just incense me.