A good dating headline
But if you’re one of the millions of guys trying their luck on a dating site or app that requires a headline, then read on. Your dating headline is one of the first things on your profile that sets you apart from the crowd of posers, six-pack-selfy-takers, nimrods, and lowlifes.
In fact, on some websites, it’s one of the first things a woman sees in her search results.
Beer has overtaken red wine as the best daily habit to help avoid having a heart attack, according to research.
The secret is thought to lie in the high levels of vitamin B6 found in beer which prevent the build-up of a harmful chemical in the body, homocysteine, known to cause heart disease.
Although increased vitamin B6 levels were also observed in the wine and spirit groups, this was by only 17 per cent and 15 per cent respectively, compared to the 30 per cent for beer.
The Most Special Snowflake Headline It’s great that you’re a vegan, a Jehovah’s Witness, a Cross Fit enthusiast, and a CEO who only dates models.
In this article, we'll teach you some nifty tricks and tips to help you do just that – and to get a woman’s attention from the get-go … Because the purpose of a headline is to get a woman interested, the worst thing you can do is be boring or one-dimensional. The Captain Obvious Headline You might in fact be a “Southern gentleman looking for my cowgirl,” but – DUH.
Below are some mistakes to avoid (and, sadly, actual headlines we’ve seen). That’s why you’re on a dating site: because you’re looking to meet a woman.
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