I don't like getting into relationships just to find out me and the guy I'm dating are hopelessly incompatible, way down the line. I would rather hand a guy a profile on me the second he asks me out, than having him waste time and money on a date. If he reads the packet, and sees that there are things about our likes, dislikes, preferences, views on life, etc. that don't match up, he will know very quickly that things probably won't work out between us.
However, if a guy reads it and finds that we have endless things in common, it would be a pretty good sign that we could have a long term relationship.
It would include things like: name, age, birthday, personality, diet (vegetarian, kosher, allergies, etc.), hobbies, talents, skills, likes, dislikes, culture, religion, politics, turn-ons, turn-offs, dealbreakers, whether or not I want kids, sexual boundaries and preferences, daily routine, career, personal style, measurements, my contact info
The only reason I have never made this "profile packet' is because I wonder how guys would feel about it. What would you think if you approached a girl to ask her on a date, and she told you to read a packet like this and get back to her? Would you think it was helpful? Would you think it was a great conversation starter for the date? Do you think it would save you time if she wanted something serious and you didn't? Or would you think, "This chick is crazy?" and be irritated that you have to do all that reading? What are your thoughts?
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I would think she missed the point of dating. Half the enjoyment is finding these things out about each other. If you date someone they may be someone you needed in your life at the time but then you grow apart. That's not necessarily a bad thing. You both learn a lot about yourselves and meet beautiful people in the process. There is no amount of information that will tell you if you are compatible. You will only find that out by spending time together.0
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