Case in point, this gentlemen that is SHOUTING AT YOU by typing in all caps. A profile description like this turns off suitors that may have been interested once they got to know more, and leading by “preparing for death” is a bit of a downer. A couple of years ago, a story floated around the Internet about a woman that set up a profile just so she could eat at fancy restaurants and have her date pick up the tab.It’s good to be honest, but to get more dates, share some things at the first coffee meeting instead of online. Stories also abound about men that date beautiful women, but turn out to be nothing but dine-and-dashers, leaving their date with nothing but disgust and a huge restaurant tab. She’s very honest about wanting nothing but the sweet romance of Chipotle out of this endeavor.Honesty may be the best policy, but so is leaving a little to the imagination, and a lot to be learned by actually meeting in person. She will absolutely go insane and she’s warning you ahead of time. “I’m not down to earth at all” is about as honest as one can start a profile, and promising to show up at your house drunk and weepy in the wee hours of the morning? We get that not everyone likes the delicate flavor of tea, and perhaps even the distaste of sunshine can be acceptable (someone has to live in Alaska, after all) but not liking cider? He’s not going to ask you to meet him in at his uncle’s hunting cabin off the grid. His world, as he describes it, is magical because of all the no murdering going on. His attempt at humor points out that he hit his victims. Now let’s address the elephant in the room, shall we?

It keeps the guys guessing about your looks and they could (subconsciously) be wondering why you’re afraid to show your entire face. This photo may be the one and only (random) photo you took of yourself at a special occasion last month.

To the guys looking at this photo; he’s instantly got you pegged as the party girl!

More than 70 percent of Americans are online, with 15 percent of Internet users using dating apps and websites to find partners and hookups.

About 80 percent of those that swipe right and put up profiles say it’s a great way to meet people, and more than 60 percent say it’s far easier than traditional methods of meeting potential mates – you know, like having to actually leave the house and be social. He’s a man of the world, as evidenced by the adult beverage and knowing smirk. If he was really thinking straight, he would have taken off his wedding ring -- unless Chuck thinks he’s just so suave that his wife won’t mind him trolling for babes?

To my surprise, I actually thought women would do a little better than the men with choosing their primary profile photo.

To my unpleasant surprised, I discovered that women and men are making common online dating profile photo mistakes.

Certainly not suggesting that you side-step conversations around your kids or pretend that they don’t exist, but online dating should be about you first.

The Dirty Cam Shot Although men are quite visual when it comes to women, they can also be very judgmental.

Here is a list of the top 10 worst types of online dating profile photos, women’s edition.