|You are good looking and look just fine with your glasses on.|
I'm a generic, 30 year old caucasian male. Dark hair, average height, average build. Your first few lines show up in profile searches. I'm not sure that starting off with self-deprecating statements is the way to go. I'm also not sure that describing yourself as "generic" is a good idea. I get what you are doing, and personally I kind of like it, I'm just not sure it will inspire women to click into your profile.
I have a severe lack of 'game'. Now that your expectations have been lowered to the proper level...
I like to think I have a pretty wicked, sarcastic, dirty, and self-deprecating sense of humour.I would have stopped reading at this point. Sarcasm is "using irony in order to mock or convey contempt". That's not an appealing quality. I suspect most women probably don't appreciate "dirty" humour either. If that is something that you possibly share with your male friends, but not in front of women, then you could probably remove it from your profile. If however, you like to express "dirty" humour all the time, you should leave it in so women can choose for themselves if they want to deal with that.
Please don't mis-interpret this as not being confident... That's just cutting to the chaseAll caps is considered shouting. I don't think you need these sentences at all. They don't really add anything too your profile. Self-deprecating doesn't equal a lack of confidence.
far too quickly... :) YOU DON'T KNOW ME!
That's probably the important stuff to get things going. So in summary...You've already said all of this - no need to repeat it. You are implying that women aren't able to read and comprehend your written word.
-I have a steady source of income
-I can hook up a mean steak
-I have a sense of humour
-I believe in taking care of myself
Have a good one!Unnecessary, and kind of implies that you are wishing them well in case they don't write back to you.
You need to put some spaces between your written text (paragraphs) so it looks less like a list.