If you look preposterously more attractive in it than you do in real life, that's fair enough, if it really is a recent photo of you. Take the best bit and make it the first sentence, then re-write.However, to prevent a date's crushing disappointment followed by bitter resentment, you should include some more realistic shots in your extra photos. Online profiles are like articles in a flicked though newspaper: if they don’t grab you immediately, you don’t read them.If they’re still around, chances are that it’s you, and not just the act, that they’re after.
Online dating without a profile photograph is like buying a car from e Bay without seeing a picture – pointless.
You've got more chance of changing a traffic warden's mind before they give you a ticket than you have of piquing a potential date's interest without a decent photo.
The truth will out “I look 29, so it’s OK to say that I am.” claimed one 35 year-old.
“I live in Birmingham, but I’ve said London because I go there often” said another girl.
However, if you're just in a lull - perhaps you like swimming in the sea, haven't done it for three years, but are keen and able to do it again - then that's fine to include.
Once you have uploaded all your relevant pictures and information...Women’s lies tend to be subtler and more easily rationalised than men’s blundering fibs about height etc., but that does not make them better.Just be truthful, white lies always come out in the end.Make sure your profile is a honest and fun representation of you.Use current pictures and don’t be afraid to list some quirky things about yourself.It's hard enough being single - for whatever reason - without friends trying to set you up on double dates or drag you along to the nearest speed dating event.