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Which is better more or less.

Jan 30th 2013 new

Would you rather read a really long profile with lots of detail or is better to be short and sweet? scratchchin

Jan 30th 2013 new

(Quote) Ann-69118 said: Would you rather read a really long profile with lots of detail or is better to be short and sweet?<...
(Quote) Ann-69118 said:

Would you rather read a really long profile with lots of detail or is better to be short and sweet?

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I like detail but that is probably because I extremely detail oriented and analytical. I have a personality that needs to constantly give and receive information so I need a good communicator or at least someone willing to communicate with me even if no one else. Therefore someone's ability to express themselves in that medium is somewhat of an indication of compatibility for me. I think that the more of an understanding I had of what that person's personality might be the more likely that I would be to continue communication. That being said, if someone has a short and sweet profile but I see from their postings in the fora or their communications with me that they are capable of expressing themselves well, then the profile is not an issue. That may not always be a fair assessment but unfortunately in the case of online dating we can only make partial judgements anyway.

Jan 30th 2013 new

(Quote) Ann-69118 said: Would you rather read a really long profile with lots of detail or is better to be short and sweet?<...
(Quote) Ann-69118 said:

Would you rather read a really long profile with lots of detail or is better to be short and sweet?

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While brevity ain't really my forte, my grandpa who is a very wise man once told me "consider it like a woman's skirt: it has to be long enough to cover the essentials, but short enough to catch attention." wink

Jan 30th 2013 new

Personally, I prefer more detail -- especially on a website like this where all of the profile questions and bits of information have the same format. This makes it much easier to go through someone's profiles and compare "her" answers to "mine" for the same questions.

Jan 30th 2013 new

(Quote) Ann-69118 said: Would you rather read a really long profile with lots of detail or is better to be short and sweet?<...
(Quote) Ann-69118 said:

Would you rather read a really long profile with lots of detail or is better to be short and sweet?

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Medium.

Jan 30th 2013 new

(Quote) Lina-796057 said: Medium.
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Medium.

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I want mine medium rare. Oops! Aren't we talking about steaks here? laughing

Jan 30th 2013 new

medium

Jan 30th 2013 new

(Quote) Kahirup-898887 said: I want mine medium rare. Oops! Aren't we talking about steaks here?
(Quote) Kahirup-898887 said:

I want mine medium rare. Oops! Aren't we talking about steaks here?

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"Medium" can be rare...in a profile. Too little, and there's nothing presented to entice a person's interest. Too much, and I wonder whether I'd get a word in edgewise.
And yes, the stakes are great when we talking about hearts and futures.

Jan 30th 2013 new
What a great quote. Hopefully we are all catching some attention.
Jan 30th 2013 new

Long enough to give basic info but short enough so that there is something left to talk about.. Once I saw a man's profile where he must have listed every movie he ever saw and every song he ever heard..That's way to much information.. eyepopping

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