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It is unfortunate that so many people join dating sites but so few put a fair effort into writing a really good profile that makes them stand out from thousands of other users.
I am not sure why people go through the trouble of signing up and filling all those questionnaires and then post a profile that looks like a copy of any other neutral, boring, profile full of cliches and types.
This can backfire if there are female audience members who have something else in mind.
A popular subversion is to make the guy like a bad guy but revealing himself as a Jerk with a Heart of Gold with little to no criminal record.It's entirely possible for someone to look like a who really isn't has to deal with the advances of a hyperactive Fangirl who doesn't know when to cut-it-out resulting in comedy at the ''bad boy's'' expense.Interestingly, younger women are often portrayed as prone to this trope, while older, more mature, and wiser women (meaning 35 and older) seem much less receptive to "bad boy" vibes (maybe they learnt their lesson through painful experience or are simply mature enough to know better), although there are always exceptions (especially bored housewifes with marital issues).Joy is contagious, unfortunately so are anxiety and insecurity.
So many people start dates from one extreme or another instead of a place of grounded confidence where they are open to actually enjoying themselves.
The "bad boy" targets the strongest womanly instincts: the stoic, silent guy is a mystery waiting to be solved; the Troubled, but Cute youth with a tragic past is a woobie needing comfort; he's tough enough to be a girl's protector, but vulnerable enough to need her as well.