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 renegade2011
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Biggest Pet Peeves for online dating Page 10 of 18    (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18)
(1) Girls who post multiple "looks" in multiple pictures
It says insecure - if you don't like me in a blonde bob, maybe you'll like me as a redhead, and I've included my artist/hipster look as well as my geek look in case those float your boat as well. Here I am in a suit, and here I am with a shoulder strap hanging off in case you like sluts
(2) Cliched profiles
So you love Mad Men, and you dye your hair blonde, and you look cute in your Ugg boots and you love to TRAVEL (who the f doesn't like to travel??), what else? And what you're looking for - a tall financially secure blah blah blah.... Men value originality, we respect it. If what you're sending out is generic blonde chick #4873, yes, we will hook up with you - ONCE, but long term, we want to know you're an individual. We're not going to fall in love with a generically hot chick.
(3) Women who act like they don't even want men, their job and their dog rank way higher - we know that women are HARDWIRED to value relationships number one, so cut the b.s. - we both know for the right Prince Charming you would trade both your dog and your job in a second. Men on the other hand, we live for achievement and career - but having the right woman by our side is a very close second.
(4) Unrealistic expecations. If you're a "BBW" and you start listing your demands of what you want in a guy... come on, you're overweight, you are not what is seen as attractive by most guys, do yourself a favor and have some humility, it will make your other qualities shine through.
WHat most women need to realize - YES men are primarily visual. BUT an ugly personality can seriously hamper alter your attractiveness. So don't think that just cause you go spinning 6 days a week that your personality can be whatever and it won't turn some guys off..
 DiezelPhoenix
Joined: 5/15/2013
Msg: 227
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Posted: 1/17/2014 8:52:50 PM

I have and I make money, why wouldn't I be interested in someone with whom I can grow? Gold diggers usually don't have anything but their ambition to acquire something without earning it.


I LOL'ed.
The things people convince themselves with...
 drivingharmony2
Joined: 6/23/2013
Msg: 228
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Posted: 1/17/2014 9:04:19 PM

I wouldn't put too much emphasis on "different leagues" much.


Personally, I could care less about leagues as I look at my own personal preference. While I don't disagree with your well thought out analogy, they exist.
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Just for fun (KIDDING) I looked at many women's profiles within the last few days as I wanted to see if some of the pet peeves that men talk about were on these profiles. Not that I don't believe the guys but I wanted to check it out myself.
Oh golly gee....just wow! I have never seen so much CLEAVAGE in my life! It was frightening....I did not realize they make 'em that big....! And the sexually suggestive poses! I saw a couple of women on beds positioned doggy style with clothes on. WTF? And they wanted relationships.....I will say I did see a lot of pretty women. Also, I did see a huge disparity between body types. Many women who I thought were overweight noted average. I saw several women who I thought were thin were listed as average. Many women noted laundry lists of what they wanted and what they didn't want. Definitely interesting.

Many men's profiles are not that far off of what women's profiles look like......except for the massive cleavage. I guess the guy's shirtless 6 pack ab picture is for women like the cleavage shot is for men. Personally, I think if men/women had more positive attitude profiles with good pictures, they would have better luck. For me, negativity in both sexes' profiles were the biggest turn off. I am just speculating, but I think more guys love the cleavage shot than women love the shirtless 6 pack ab shot?????
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Not sure if I mentioned this pet peeve, but why can't a guy put the toilet lid seat down when he takes a bathroom picture? UGH!
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Will fill in later


^^^^Yep, see this a lot too. See the same guy with same info a month later. Ridiculous.
 DiezelPhoenix
Joined: 5/15/2013
Msg: 229
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Posted: 1/17/2014 9:07:22 PM
drivingharmony2,

What's even more ridiculous is a lot of those women doing those poses or showing off cleavage pictures are the same that post: "OMG NO CREEPS" or "Are there no nice guys on POF?" or "Don't message me if you aren't serious!"..

Amazing, isn't it?
 drivingharmony2
Joined: 6/23/2013
Msg: 230
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Posted: 1/17/2014 9:14:09 PM
Diezel,

And these are the women you STAY FAR AWAY FROM.....or at least you should, right? Simple. In fact, it kind of makes it easy, so to speak. But it makes me wonder, do guys really have a problem with a cleavage shot? How much cleavage has to be shown in order for it be more than just a tasteful shot? ;P
 TuMuchFun
Joined: 9/29/2008
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Posted: 1/17/2014 9:51:10 PM
I believe in leagues
No way the WNBA is in the NBAs league
 NDTfan
Joined: 6/5/2012
Msg: 232
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Posted: 1/18/2014 5:04:38 AM
People who contradict themselves in their profile. I got a message from a man in his mid-40s claiming to have a Ph.D. He uses text speak throughout most of his profile and it has the line " If you want to know more you will have to contact me!If you have NO profile I will not reply!!"

Well duh.
 moonbeamlover
Joined: 10/12/2013
Msg: 233
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Posted: 1/18/2014 7:48:02 AM
driving harmony...

yours made me laugh. I have been sent from a couple of my guy friends in here links to women's profiles that did kind of blow me away... I just figured the women in question were looking for web cam subscribers... (and as for the comment it's hard to believe they make them that big; some of us have genetics from both parents' sides of the family so we can't avoid it even if we wanted to though my daughter missed the gene and is ANGRY about it)

And on cleavage shots and body profiles, one person will say too much and one person will say not enough :)

I finally started putting a couple in because I have it in real life (there is no way I can avoid it altogether because of hte way I'm built but obviously some kinds I don't do during business hours LOL) and it seemed stupid to have something in real life that I don't have online because it IS part of me. But I have way more without than with. and what I have is covered up is more than what isn't... and just because i have two cleavage shots does not mean i'm NOT looking for a relationship to those people in here who scoff at the idea a person can be curvy and monogamous. Who says if you are built a certain way you have to give it up for every tom****and harry? And if you DON'T want every Tom****and Harry, you want a cerebreal only relationship? Some people's projections blow me away. )

And as for the body type discrepancy, I was always truthful and said a few extra pounds. That was honest, but WHERE the extra pounds are is not usually minded. , and even though I always heard from a lot of people I figured, since a lot of people, especially in forums keep spouting that a person who lists a few extra pounds is actually 100 pounds overweight, people who only show face are hiding their body etc., I finally got sick of it and did the full length just to show SOMETIMES people actually are, gasp, honest. (though will confess I think I might take it down; have gotten over 200 emails since posting the dumb thing yesterday morning. It's kind of scaring me)

You are right though, some of the ones that I have been sent links to to check out from bemused guy friends of mine are pretty out there... Some are probably legitimately "friendly", some I'm convinced are web cam specialists, and some very probably are legit, just a little more, well, forward. To each their own. If they have that, cool, unless they have one in a teddy laying in bed three quarters naked and then say they don't want any sexual comments. That is a little hypocritical.

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My biggest pet peeve for online dating are those people who put their own filter on people's profiles and "know" what the person REALLY is like based on their own prejudices. What they "really" are wanting, what they "really" look like, what they "really" are intending to mean. People judge a WHOLE lot with a lot of baggage and filters and prejudices, and what they project is more telling on who THEY are than the person they are trying to judge.

Their belief system might be right on a person, but it is usually off, or somewhere way left of the middle. But you don't know anything for real for sure until you actually meet the person in person and can see and experience for yourself. So people who rule people out because of prejudices? Your missing out on people is on you. You are the one who is making a judgement call and ruling out based purely on simple prejudice and cynicism. You want to do that? Fine. But then don't complain about women (or men) who do it to you as well.

there. rant over :)
 TOaks91360
Joined: 11/22/2013
Msg: 234
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Posted: 1/18/2014 7:56:58 AM
If you have children under 18, please include their ages in your profile so I don't have to ask. Thanks.

That, or PoF should have another category that includes children 'Under 12'. Hmm, maybe not. That might attract real creeps:(
 Ladyinred4755
Joined: 1/30/2012
Msg: 235
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Posted: 1/18/2014 9:16:21 AM

I have no idea why someone like him (who probably does not have an ounce of fat in his body) would be interested in someone like me but I'm gonna let it rock, lol.
Because he is smart enough to see the "package as a whole"! Intelligence can be very sexy! Good for you, Belletresor!
(LOL maybe he does or does not have a thing for cats?)
 PlentyofThis123
Joined: 11/23/2013
Msg: 236
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Posted: 1/18/2014 10:25:12 AM

Pet Peeve: People who put "bonus points" if you know _________.


Yeah, I recall some woman doing this in their headliner on top. "Bonus points if you got that movie quote!" I was able to nail it correctly.

Guess what....I still didn't get a reply. LOL.
 moonbeamlover
Joined: 10/12/2013
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Posted: 1/18/2014 10:27:25 AM
[quote[I have no idea why someone like him (who probably does not have an ounce of fat in his body) would be interested in someone like me but I'm gonna let it rock, lol.
Because he is smart enough to see the "package as a whole"! Intelligence can be very sexy! Good for you, Belletresor!
(LOL maybe he does or does not have a thing for cats?)

Agreed 1,000%.

She is also EXTREMELY pretty as well as being intelligent; why the heck wouldn't he be interested in someone like her?

Enjoy, Belletresor :)
 PlentyofThis123
Joined: 11/23/2013
Msg: 238
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Posted: 1/18/2014 11:06:23 AM
Or when you see, "No need to put anything here in the description, since no one reads profiles anyway".
 drivingharmony2
Joined: 6/23/2013
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Posted: 1/18/2014 11:33:38 AM
Moonbeam: Clearly, everyone has varying opinions on body type. Personally, I would put you as average but stacked!
Ahhh man, that's not an option :). I think you look great in your full length body picture, it's tastefully done. Your cleavage shot is a-ok with me. 200 emails.....OMG!!! Too many!!! :) I don't have an issue with cleavage shots, but I did think it was super funny to see sooooo many! And I agree with cautiousluv, some women just need to wear a bra. I should have clarified my comment. I was surprised to see women with sexually suggestive posing (in clothes or barely any clothes) aka "doggy style on a bed" "legs wide open" "one licking a sucker" and were "looking for a relationship."
In my opinion, these women cannot complain if they receive sexual comments. But, they are entitled to want what they want....whether or not they get what they want is a completely different story. And of course, it's best when WE all have a sense of humor about all of this stuff! I will confirm I did not see any nipple shots....ahhhhh thank goodness.
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Yeah, I recall some woman doing this in their headliner on top. "Bonus points if you got that movie quote!" I was able to nail it correctly.
Guess what....I still didn't get a reply.


Are you suuuuuuurrrrreee you answered it correctly? ;) Bonus points on profiles just crack me up! I wonder if a guy has ever put on his profile......"Bonus points if you can guess how many inches I am?"
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Ok, another pet peeve: Why do some guys take photos of just below the belly button down.....unless I see an accentuating bulge, is there a real need for this type of photo.....?
 DiezelPhoenix
Joined: 5/15/2013
Msg: 240
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Posted: 1/18/2014 12:01:43 PM

Ok, another pet peeve: Why do some guys take photos of just below the belly button down.....unless I see an accentuating bulge, is there a real need for this type of photo.....?


Probably brothers of the women who just post a cleavage shot on their profiles and then ask for "weirdos" to not message them or "Don't message me unless you want something serious".
Girl, you knew exactly what you were doing when you took that boob shot and put that up there.

Am I against those kind of pictures? No.
But I'd love to regale my children one day with the tale of how I met their mother's cleavage first in photographic form and then decided I'd give her personality and sense of class a chance afterwards.
 Confident-Realist
Joined: 2/8/2004
Msg: 241
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Posted: 1/18/2014 12:23:36 PM

Personally, I could care less about leagues as I look at my own personal preference. While I don't disagree with your well thought out analogy, they exist.

Well, you do care about leagues though. If in the context of "type", you do care what type they are to some extent. If not consciously, your comfort-zone certainly will to some degree sometimes. But everyone varies on "type", but everyone will care to some point (like if someone were 'goth').

In the context of how good of a catch -- even more. You'll have your own personal preferences, of course. Everyone does. Nobody's personal preferences are going to be a bullseye on exactly what that person's stock-value is in society as a whole. But it's usually going to be within ballpark range. If you don't care about 'leagues' in this context -- you don't care about looks or basic level of financial status. Which is never the case -- everyone cares. And too many people downplay it (to themselves).

And on cleavage shots and body profiles, one person will say too much and one person will say not enough :)

Sooo... some guys will say "OMG nice t!ts, can I have some?!", but then (sigh) another guy will never compliment you on them? I would assume a pet peeve would stem from the former, not the latter! :)

And as for the body type discrepancy, I was always truthful and said a few extra pounds.

Here's the problem: It's the site itself. And many others, too. In a vast majority of American cities, Average *IS* a mere Few Pounds Overweight. So one can't throw a hissy fit if a woman puts Average when she could shed some pounds.

I think Average vs Few Extra should be chosen in different age groups. If she's 40+, she could put Average, where the gal at 21 with the same body frame & weight would put Few Extra.

In essence, if it'd be unfair to call oneself a BBW, but it'd also be giving off the wrong impression to merely put "Average", "A Few Extra" would be the choice that nobody should complain about -- even if it is more than just a few or a handful. It's a lack of options.

people, especially in forums keep spouting that a person who lists a few extra pounds is actually 100 pounds overweight, people who only show face are hiding their body etc., I finally got sick of it and did the full length just to show SOMETIMES people actually are, gasp, honest.

Well, first, if someone is overweight, and that "Few Extra" could mean anything from the American Average to on the cusp of breaking into BBW range -- a full body shot should be expected because there's so many question marks by it, and yeah, people will assume 50+ pounds overweight... since one can make the valid argument that "Average" could allow for 20-25 pounds overweight.

I think the problem is a Few Extra runs with assumptions if you don't have a full body pic (full body pics are good regardless of weight tho).

Kind of like "Dating but nothing serious". Many people assume that means just sex (even though there's a no-commitment selection, just like there's a BBW selection). What if you're a guy who isn't in Relationship-Hunting mode but no -- you're not just looking for sex -- isn't the no-commitment selection reflective of that? Not by too many people's perspectives -- but if you go by looking for a Relationship, you're lying. Catch-22.

Just take the profile data selections with a grain of salt. Look at the pics, and people should provide the pics that give a full view if/when necessary to clear the air. And also read what they write in what they want as the main focus. I've seen "no-commitment" and "Hang Out" selected, yet the profile would go on and on about wanting to find romance and their one true love to be swept away by. And vice versa.

I will say one of my Pet Peeves though is the word "Professional" -- which isn't isolated to online dating though. All "professional" means is you get paid for work! "Young Professionals" -- that includes people just out of high school working at 711 full time. The term's been hijacked to (what I think) mean "Posh, White Collar Business-Oriented Job". I have a business-oriented job and make good money -- but I cringe when people use the word "Professional" as if it's something that isn't super-incredibly vague that includes everyone who's employed.
 drivingharmony2
Joined: 6/23/2013
Msg: 242
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Posted: 1/18/2014 12:42:26 PM
Ok....CR, semantics, semantics. I don't refer to these types as leagues, just personal preferences but your point is well taken. :) And you would probably cringe at my profile as it notes "professional." I got tired of answering occupation questions in my emails. In my opinion, "professional" is a heck of a lot better than "just ask me" or "I got one" or
"Unemployed." :P
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Question for you CR: Since you note your profession as CIO/Partner of a Company, do you think you get more emails from women who are specifically looking for a man with money?? Or have you gone out with a woman thinking she only wanted to date you because you make good money?
 Confident-Realist
Joined: 2/8/2004
Msg: 243
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Posted: 1/18/2014 1:47:01 PM
Ok....CR, semantics, semantics. I don't refer to these types as leagues, just personal preferences but your point is well taken. :)

Well, saying you have a personal preference is caring about 'league' -- you just may not like the word used. League is just used when there's a big Difference between one person's value and another -- in reference to how good of a catch they are. I think you not caring about 'leagues' may just be not caring how good of a catch they are to in general -- just how good of a catch they are to you. I understand that. Most people's thoughts are pretty much on that, too. BUT, we can't help to notice that some people "Can Do Better". And when that's very apparent, "he/she is out of their league" is what it means, that's all. Maybe "league" makes ya cringe because it sounds demeaning? :)

And you would probably cringe at my profile as it notes "professional." I got tired of answering occupation questions in my emails. In my opinion, "professional" is a heck of a lot better than "just ask me" or "I got one" or
"Unemployed." :P

Well, saying "professional" = "employed". So I don't think that's a heck of a lot better than "Employed", it's the same. However, due to many folks hijacking the term, it gives off the "snooty" impression of it. Kind of like "Oh, I'm not just employed... I'm a Professional!" (flipping scarf & hair). Even though the word professional = merely a paid employee and that's it. Not saying the Person is literally like that as a person, but just a term when applied like that makes me roll my eyes. :)

Since you note your profession as CIO/Partner of a Company, do you think you get more emails from women who are specifically looking for a man with money??

No, I wouldn't say that. At least not jumping out at me from what she writes or what her profile says. I don't get the impression that I attract that type more.

Or have you gone out with a woman thinking she only wanted to date you because you make good money?

Hard to say, but no, I haven't gotten that impression at all. I mean, there's a difference between making good money being a solid positive attribute upping one's stock price VS i-want-him-because-of-his-salary VS phew-comfortable-he's-not-poor-nor-will-be.

With gold or silver diggers, it's many times easy to tell kind of quickly after a date or two. But not always. But I am turned off by gals who are, and they'll be able to see that, thus, turned off themselves. But actually, I haven't run into many (and most of my dating is IRL; not from online). All in all, I think it ups the stock price at least some. But who knows if it ups the stock price a lot with one when they don't (nor want to) show it.

Although I have had women who have said outright, more than once and strongly "I don't care how much a guy makes!" Of course one could take that the same way as a gal who really likes ya saying "... but I'm not going to have sex with you on the first date!" which ends up really meaning "I want to, so you'll have to twist my arm not to if I get a couple drinks in me."
 Maleman999
Joined: 2/14/2010
Msg: 244
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Posted: 1/18/2014 2:04:54 PM

In essence, if it'd be unfair to call oneself a BBW...


I don't get this term. I'm assuming BBW stands for Big Boned Woman. But what the term really refers to is the amount of meat on those bones-in other words, fat. You won't find a skinny woman referred to as a BBW, even if she has a large bone structure (if there is such a thing).
 ladyc4
Joined: 2/14/2006
Msg: 245
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Posted: 1/18/2014 3:00:49 PM
No.
BBW means B.ig B.eautiful W.oman.
Yes there can be differences in bone structure. And actually, muscle weighs more than fat. A big-boned and muscular woman might well register more lbs but still be more "fit" than a woman weighing 90 lbs.
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 Confident-Realist
Joined: 2/8/2004
Msg: 246
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Posted: 1/18/2014 3:03:08 PM

I don't get this term. I'm assuming BBW stands for Big Boned Woman. But what the term really refers to is the amount of meat on those bones-in other words, fat. You won't find a skinny woman referred to as a BBW, even if she has a large bone structure (if there is such a thing).

It means Big Beautiful Woman -- a PC term to allow "Big" to mean BIG to counteract it being negative on the looks scale. The Big means BIG -- as in "She's a BIG girl" -- not "she has a big bone structure".
 moonbeamlover
Joined: 10/12/2013
Msg: 247
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Posted: 1/18/2014 5:25:04 PM
Driving harmony, hey, thank you very much for the kind words (and I appreciate your thinking I overstated my thing rather than the alternative LOL), and I wasn't referring to you when I talked about those who assume any cleavage shots equal hot to trot and not actually looking for a relationship, but glad you thought mine was tasteful. I didn't show ANY cleavage i the full length one; and that one if i had done straight frontal would have been BIG time cleavage. I literally could not slouch with the stupid shirt when I played at the tables. :) Yeah, there are some really really well, racy things out there... and more power to them if they want to do it; but then you're right; what they get might have some skewing slightly. It's funny, my mail has actually gotten overall more intelligent after the last two photos were posted than the alternative (though I did block a few dozen people, add a filter, add a ps and change the header on my profile to stop the bleeding)

On the bonus, I used to have at the very end of my profile tat my weirdest most prized possession was a star ship enterprise pizza cutter, and anyone who referenced it got brownie points :) Now I just have a picture of the thing, but it surprised me how many peopel actually DID comment on it. People do read. Have not seen a guy say he'd give a bonus if you could guess his inches, though I did have a guy ask to play guess the bra size with the prize be seeing topless if they guessed the bra size correctly. I politely declined; though no way in heck they would have guessed.


CR:
And on cleavage shots and body profiles, one person will say too much and one person will say not enough :)

Sooo... some guys will say "OMG nice t!ts, can I have some?!", but then (sigh) another guy will never compliment you on them? I would assume a pet peeve would stem from the former, not the latter! :)


you writing that assuming my comment was based on comments to me I gather, rather than observation on forum posts? :) If so, it wasn't. that comment was a generic one based on poeple's comments in here on cleavage. To answer in spite of that; I would be a hypocrite if I took exception to people commenting at all; but i don't get off on them; and i actually REALLY appreciate the people who actually pick out something else that they appreciate that has nothing to do with my build. But no, I have never EVER had complaint that I had too many cleavage shots; though i have had a ton of complaints that I had too few; and a lot of requests for more pics. (my posting the full length was not because of mail; i have always gotten a ton of it; it was for people in forums who claim that the one always equates to the other; i wanted people to actually quit judging and telling other people to judge and find out for themselves. SO much missed opportunities with people who assumed, and found out the hard way they made a rash snap judgment. I was truthful about being a few extra pounds, not a few DOZEN. Never been called BBW in my entire flipping life, but there are some gorgeous people who are BBW,


I will say one of my Pet Peeves though is the word "Professional" -- which isn't isolated to online dating though. All "professional" means is you get paid for work! "Young Professionals" -- that includes people just out of high school working at 711 full time. The term's been hijacked to (what I think) mean "Posh, White Collar Business-Oriented Job". I have a business-oriented job and make good money -- but I cringe when people use the word "Professional" as if it's something that isn't super-incredibly vague that includes everyone who's employed.


so you would rather it say IT applications specialist in the AE industry or consultant? No one knows what the heck i mean on the former and the latter, people assume i work 2 hours a day and golf when they hear it; both do nothing.

Professional is the easiest thing to put. IF someone wants to see that as highbrow and snarky (or a few who thought that meant lady of the evening LOL), then it's a small price to pay rather than trying to explain in less than fifteen minuts what I actually do.
 TuMuchFun
Joined: 9/29/2008
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Posted: 1/18/2014 6:25:10 PM
Moonbeam...I'm going with Curvy
 cooldog65
Joined: 6/27/2011
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Posted: 1/18/2014 6:50:38 PM
 I don't have an issue with cleavage shots, but I did think it was super funny to see sooooo many! And I agree with cautiousluv, some women just need to wear a bra. I should have clarified my comment. I was surprised to see women with sexually suggestive posing (in clothes or barely any clothes) aka "doggy style on a bed" "legs wide open" "one licking a sucker" and were "looking for a relationship."


In my opinion, these women cannot complain if they receive sexual comments. But, they are entitled to want what they want....whether or not they get what they want is a completely different story. And of course, it's best when WE all have a sense of humor about all of this stuff! I will confirm I did not see any nipple shots....


Thank you for taking the time to see what we guys run across when clicking on profiles. I always say the pictures speak louder than the words (No booty calls, one night stands, FB, etc...). I do click on the cleavage quicker.


starship enterprise pizza cutter


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWNc0yjC3T4&feature=youtube_gdata_player

I have to get one of those!
 drivingharmony2
Joined: 6/23/2013
Msg: 250
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Posted: 1/18/2014 11:11:30 PM
^^^CoolDog65 - you are welcome....I happened to see a few more women's profiles, just for the sheer entertainment factor and lo and behold, I stand corrected! I did run into a nipple shot. Funny thing though, it was just one nipple. For gosh sakes woman! put a bra on, or at least half a bra. Don't some of these women double check their photos before they are posted? Good grief! But of course, you click on the cleavage photos quicker.....surprise....surprise.... ;P
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