Dating personals photo profile
Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing...Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. Those are widely spread and no more by means to show how they are "adventurous", how they are "exciting" and how they are "unique", just lame now.Msg 20Underwater...holding some poor petrified sea creature (which comes across like some sinister metaphor to me)....wearing a mask, breathing apparatus firmly in mouth, puffed out cheeks and maybe some hair floating in the current is all you can see of the actual person... I accidentally found funny one today in contrast to them. Blatant cleavage shots tend to annoy me, not because they're not nice to look at but because it's inevitably followed by a huge moan about getting pervy messages and so forth.A man is jumping from a train coach to next one, as if Indy Jones or something. It's not excusing the messages but come on, what do you expect? Then of course there's all the duck-faced pouting ones.It's not attractive, you just look like a complete tool.
The ones I don't like are where the bloke is topless and standing in the mirror with his mobile phone taking a picture of him self and even the ones with them fully dressed taking a picture of them selfs in the mirror. Hi Rosemary / Snow Cat80, I agree, though I don't browse men's profiles, women take photos of themselves in the mirror with their mobile / i Pod or even i Pad (sometimes blocking their face).
I admit I also don't have many good photos but the photos I've put up are the best I have.
Like I said, I don't care about the photos that are in black and white, have all sorts of special effects, photos taken from above (IE Brest shots) or similar.
A few full body / head shots so the other person can get an idea of what they are looking at is ok.
The vaseline all over the camera lens effect, using a pic editor and turning up the brightness to warp factor 10 on all their pictures so all you can see is the ghostly outline of a face, all because they're getting on a bit and are sh1t scared of anyone seeing a wrinkle...pathetic really.vaseline?
i think i got that effect when i put too much sugar in my coffee then dropped my webcam in the mug,sure it crystalised all over the lensi have no sympathy for people who moan they met a munter 20 years older than there pictures,talk to them on webcam before you meet them ffs The vaseline all over the camera lens effect, using a pic editor and turning up the brightness to warp factor 10 on all their pictures so all you can see is the ghostly outline of a face, all because they're getting on a bit and are sh1t scared of anyone seeing a wrinkle :) I am so techno phobic I wouldn't have a clue how to do all that stuff...