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Error Banner.fade_out.modal_overlay.modal_overlay .modal_wrapper.modal_overlay [email protected](max-width:630px)@media(max-width:630px).modal_overlay .modal_fixed_close.modal_overlay .modal_fixed_close:before.modal_overlay .modal_fixed_close:before.modal_overlay .modal_fixed_close:before.modal_overlay .modal_fixed_close:hover:before. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. Nayvadius De Mun Wilburn (born November 20, 1983), known professionally as Future, is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer.Born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, Wilburn first became involved in music as part of the Dungeon Family collective, where he was nicknamed "the Future".DO leave profile sections completely blank instead of putting something lazy or half-assed. Since people only see the very beginning of your profile and messages, and only your first picture when they are looking at things associated with you, make sure your leading edge is sharp. Make an edit a day to push your profile to the activity feed and get in front of your target audience. Not many folks are up for letting complete strangers touching them. Also, when cropping, make sure to capture that essence because your thumbnail is your representative on the site. DO have a few pictures alone, and a few with other people. Different places, different times, different moods, different atmospheres, different poses and different facial expressions will do more to show how multi-faceted of a person you are than any amount of words you type out describing it. Full sunlight will make you squinty and can cast weird shadows on your face. The shade should be enough to cover both you and the camera, full, bright sunlight in between the camera and you will make dark shadows. That's like every other person who says they're good at it. If you don't know if you've said too much, ask someone else.Good first 180 characters of the message, good thumbnail, and good opening to each section whenever possible. Having lots of one and very few of the other will give bad impressions of either being too anti-social and difficult to mesh with your match's friends, or too clung to your friends and activities to have time for a partner. ###Here is a great writeup on how to take attractive pictures Credit to our resident polywog, /u/swedishfishslut. * Indoors in front of a large window, like a sliding glass door or big picture window. If you need advice/inspiration check out /r/malefashionadvice and /r/femalefashionadvice. If you don’t usually wear much makeup don’t do a full face. They'll be able to tell you what they feel when they read. Don't say, "cuddling, listening, being a good friend, etc." or any other generalized and mundane skill (if you would even consider that a skill). Because more often than not, that's all you'll get. If it takes up more than a laptop's screen, it's too long.* If you can’t take pictures during the golden hour just make sure you aren’t being affected by odd shadows and high contrast from full day direct sunlight (as listed above). Clean and combed, no need to use more product than you normally would, but do try to control it if you can. * If your camera doesn’t have a timer option built in there are apps that will do that for you. What would I see if I followed you around for a week? Explain **WHY** you like doing things or have the goals you have. Don't say what you aren't doing; say what you're working towards. Don't follow on with something you mentioned in your self-summary. If you share a specific favorite movie, book, or musician with someone it is SUCH an easy conversation starter. Many people go way overboard on this section, and it becomes hard to read (and easy to skip). Don't say "I love too many, so just ask," "I like all kinds" or anything along those lines.I say this as a person with an uncontrollable mane. **POSES/ANGLES:** * Become familiar with the [“Rule of thirds”](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rule_of_thirds) when considering how to position yourself in the frame. ### [DON'T]( Cupid/comments/1bjqfg/dos_and_donts_lets_build_a_profile/c979k0e) 1. Doing so can very easily make it sound like that's the only thing in your life, even if you mention other things. Even though you think you're saying a lot about yourself, you're really not saying anything at all.
For women it’s flirty face or smiling and looking into the camera. DO read this question with an emphasis on the word *I*. That is to say, approach the question as the things you, only you, uniquely you, couldn't live without. It does not say "six possessions I could never do without." 3. Don't just rattle off a few items of yours close by. ## I spend a lot of time thinking about ### [DO]( Cupid/comments/1bjqfg/dos_and_donts_lets_build_a_profile/c979lx5) 1. Think about something that would make you laugh, then write it.* If you don’t already know your good side, take shots from several angles/positions. If you want one good picture you will probably have to take at least 50, especially if you aren’t used to taking pictures. ## What I'm doing with my life ### [DO]( Cupid/comments/1bjqfg/dos_and_donts_lets_build_a_profile/c979jw2) 1. There are things that everyone couldn't live without, but that speaks nothing about who you are as an individual. Do feel free to explain why some of these things made your list. We know you need food and air and potassium and family and friends. DO list things that interest you, like details about your hobbies, future goals (but be specific about those goals, Don't just say "my future goals") and plans for the immediate future if they are interesting and would provide a good talking point for somebody to message you. ### [DON'T]( Cupid/comments/1bjqfg/dos_and_donts_lets_build_a_profile/c979m24) 1. Don't say, "lol a lot of things, just ask me." ## On a typical Friday night, I am ### [DO]( Cupid/comments/1bjqfg/dos_and_donts_lets_build_a_profile/c979md2) 1. Leave a little hint of something you wouldn't mind seeing in a message. Don't put a laundry list of requirements you do or don't want in a date (The people you're trying to avoid will still message you; you might as well say "don't message me if you didn't read this"..the people you're trying to attract may be put off by what seems like a demanding person who has expectations and entitlement issues.) If you really have so many suitors that you must pre-exclude people, frame it positively and keep it general.Remember to stand or sit up straight and put your shoulders back. If you're looking for a more substantial connection than sex, then attract users non-sexually. A hairbrush is just a hairbrush until you explain that your hair is an untamed beast and only the brush can bring it down. ### [DON'T]( Cupid/comments/1bjqfg/dos_and_donts_lets_build_a_profile/c979lr4) 1. DO feel free to describe an ideal Friday night rather than a typical one. If you work Fridays or Saturdays, talk about another day or night off. "If you know any decent hiking trails in the area, preferably sans bears" can get those out. "If you've prestiged at least twice in the last Black Ops" alludes to that. Put one last joke in there to round out your profile. Whether it's a corny joke or a date idea, it allows the reader the opening he or she may have been looking for, and it gives the impression that you are a warm and welcoming individual. For some reason I see tons of guys put stuff like: "If you're interested in getting to know a cool, funny, good looking, intelligent guy." Prove to me that you're cool, funny, good looking and intelligent. Instead of saying "no short guys," or "only if you're above 6'11"," say "I love tall guys." However, avoid usage of this completely if you can.For the actual link to /u/swedishfishslut's post and more info in the comments section, click [here.](https:// Cupid/comments/4po34m/taking_your_own_pictures_skill_share/) ### DON'T 1. Cell phone pictures taken by yourself are tiring and hardly do justice to your features. .action_button.action_button:active.action_button:hover.action_button:focus.action_button:hover.action_button:focus .count.action_button:hover .count.action_button:focus .count:before.action_button:hover .count:before.u-margin-left--sm.u-flex.u-flex-auto.u-flex-none.bullet.