I also have my top tens for you; here they are: Wants: #1-Strong family values, is a good parent if they have kids or the potential to be if they don’t, #2-Giving to others/charitable with a strong world view, #3-Intellectually smart and can meet me on that level, #4-Honesty and integrity, #5-Good communication skills, can explain what they are feeling, #6-Balanced between work and personal life, doesn’t make job a higher priority than it needs to be, #7-Willing to submit themselves to the relationship, #8-Healthy lifestyle(Eating, fitness, and overall health), #9-Style, someone who can appreciate a nice, well kept home and will help maintain that environment, also a good personal style, #10-Reasonably attractive to me, I prefer brunettes with a nice shape, longer hair, and a little darker than me, #11-Financially responsible and reasonable. From that list, you will create a positive, optimistic and focused online dating profile to automatically attract and pre-qualify good dating prospects that match your criteria.
I tried to send you the pages, let me know if you have a problem opening them, I’m not too savvy with the computer. That’s the mindset you want when your photos are taken. That should give you an idea of what a completed list looks like.
In addition, profiles that talk about what a member doesn’t want indicates that he/she may be choosing the next partner based on what went wrong.
For example, “no picky women need respond” may indicate he viewed his ex as high maintenance.
If the cat’s not curious, she will go find someone else who gives her something to be curious about.