It creates an awareness about you amongst the seekers, generates interest amongst those who understand it, arouses a desire amongst the ones who like it, and finally leads to an action! Another factor you may want to note is that it should have no spelling mistakes. A good dating profile precisely works like the aforementioned rule. The simpler the headline, the simpler it is to understand it.
We make a perfect couple: I've got the brains and you've got the body. If FUN was a MUST, then I must be the one you're looking for. It is very important to keep in mind the language, which must be conversational.
I don't know that I've seen headlines that made me want to pee my pants before - but some of the profiles sure do. I have this thing I do, to news headlines, article headlines, profile headlines, whatever.
If it's seven syllables long, I'll sing it to myself in the tune of "Camptown Races"."I'm looking for Mister Right", doo-dah, doo-dah,"Tired of the games men play", oh-bah-doo-dah-day Try it.
muahaha(skinny wives out there, don't get mad, it's a joke!
)These are all REAL headlines that I saw today:"Looking for my prize trout, not the usual carp"-Funny, clever... Scientists have been looking for the "missing link" and still haven't found him...