Plus size Blogs > Aimeefla's blogs > Road Map? Instruction manual? how to date me
Road Map? Instruction manual? how to date me Sort by:
Author
aimeefla
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 262
Posted on Tue, Sep 16, 2008 17:29

My friend and I were talking about how to get a man to read our profiles not just look at the pictures. Men read maps - men read instruction manuals what else do men read and how do you create a profile that looks like an instruction manual as a profile to date a woman? Should we outline our profile? Should be put in number order? do an A - B -C? how do you make it easy for a man to look through a profile? I really think women do read the profiles, not just look at pictures for the prettiest face and body style that they like. Okay how ???? Aimee Fla


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
aimeefla
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 262
Posted on Fri, Sep 19, 2008 16:19

Quoting: Originally posted by RWGROOT60 Shy not so innocent smile how about just the most simple of tools A Key A key to open our souls to share with others.No need to share that key, but intime it would be nice to retool my heart so that my partners key fits and works

RW I really like that, a key which insinuates knowing how to unlock ones heart. Very deep sir. Stick around with us, your insight is wonderful. I'm glad you're here. Aimee Fla


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
petale46
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 229
Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2008 11:10

RWGROOT60 Not so innocent smile combined with being such a romantic... that your perfect tool dear.


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
RWGROOT60
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 82
Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2008 09:33

Why Sparkles why choose First to Ann Summers to ensure the tool(s) remain in good working order...than off to IKEA


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
RWGROOT60
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 82
Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2008 09:18

Shy not so innocent smile how about just the most simple of tools A Key A key to open our souls to share with others.No need to share that key, but intime it would be nice to retool my heart so that my partners key fits and works


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
sparkles2002
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 124
Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2008 08:37

Not being all that good at directions and map reading....you blogging lot have got me totally confused? Now, am i off to ANN SUMMERS or IKEA?;-)xxx


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
aimeefla
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 262
Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2008 08:18

A treasure map or auto part? Race car parts??? TOOLS !! as root said tools. what sort of tools would attract someone who wants to have a long term relationship? The tool to observer? the tool to hear the tool to discuss the tool to smile the tool to be positive the tool to be willing to share Okay so I'm stretching lol lol


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
petale46
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 229
Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2008 07:58

Islandgal Oh... you are so naughty and so... right.


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
petale46
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 229
Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2008 07:55

RWGROOT60 Oh!!! I see!!! Have you considered that maybe I want you to built it the right way the first time because I have more uses in mind for your tools and am just waiting for you to get it right on a simple project before moving onto something more complex.


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
RWGROOT60
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 82
Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2008 07:23

Petale How could that be perceived as a problem? Just think I get to pull out the tool again, start the process all over again. It is a male conspiracy to perpetuate


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
RWGROOT60
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 82
Posted on Thu, Sep 18, 2008 06:16

one2one That's why we have rubber on our handles...safety first don't you know. Nothing wrong with a guiding hand, much better than a slap upside the head when you do it wrong


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
one2one
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 159
Posted on Wed, Sep 17, 2008 18:07

Quoting: Originally posted by RWGROOT60 Aimee Love is like putting a piece off furniture together. You get directions....you throw them away. Then a guy fondles the parts, grunting appreciatively and in anticipation. Then he moves the parts in various positions seeing if they are pleasing to the eye. Is it just right? As he begins using his tool(s) he listens to see if the parts make any unnerving noises as his tools press against the parts. In the end he wipes his tool(s), looks with deep satisfaction at the task he has completed. Ah yes exercise is good for the soul No manual required. On a serious note. Keep it simple, keep it short, say what you want. Don't say what you don't want. Stay positive. I wish we could use bullet points

ROFL ... I know what you mean Root. Looking at the directions isn't my first thought either ... where's the fun in that? Just give me a good set of tools, let me get my hands on them and I'll figure it out. But I don't mind a little "safety first" conversation about the tools. Or even a little "It works well like this" conversation because after all, girls like tools, too. I deeply admire and respect how wonderful a good tool is, and I think a little care and appreciation can insure a lifetime of rewarding home improvement projects. But there's no reason you couldn't look at the directions now and then, especially if they're well illustrated. It can be helpful. If you do it together it can also be fun ... and if it's an important job, two heads can be better than one.


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
RWGROOT60
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 82
Posted on Wed, Sep 17, 2008 15:51

Island No arguement on this end as long as a man gets to use his tools, its all good


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
islandgal64
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 250
Posted on Wed, Sep 17, 2008 15:24

Quoting: Originally posted by RWGROOT60 Aimee Love is like putting a piece off furniture together. You get directions....you throw them away. Then a guy fondles the parts, grunting appreciatively and in anticipation. Then he moves the parts in various positions seeing if they are pleasing to the eye. Is it just right? As he begins using his tool(s) he listens to see if the parts make any unnerving noises as his tools press against the parts. In the end he wipes his tool(s), looks with deep satisfaction at the task he has completed. Ah yes exercise is good for the soul No manual required. On a serious note. Keep it simple, keep it short, say what you want. Don't say what you don't want. Stay positive. I wish we could use bullet points

Ah but you missed an important part there Robert .... ..You get directions....you throw them away. Then a guy fondles the parts, grunting appreciatively and in anticipation. Then he moves the parts in various positions seeing if they are pleasing to the eye. Is it just right? As he begins using his tool(s) he listens to see if the parts make any unnerving noises as his tools press against the parts. (now the missing bit....) ****Then he realises it has not gone together properly and all is not good. He then listens to his wife/partner/girlfriend (or all three, lol), does it her way, and finds it much more satisfactory**** In the end he wipes his tool(s), looks with deep satisfaction at the task he has completed. Ah yes exercise is good for the soul No manual required. :)


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
islandgal64
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 250
Posted on Wed, Sep 17, 2008 15:20

Quoting: Originally posted by aimeefla Hi IslandGal, You're Right naturally, men look at pictures. I think that there has to be a way to attract more interest. I was also wondering if the activity dwindles now, closer to the holidays? or does it increase? Aimee

Aimee, personally as the nights draw in I'm likely to be on here more rather than less, but not to any great extreme. In terms of this site, when I look at the "members online" there are seldom more than 20 or so and of those many have their profiles hidden or are female. When I do a search, all but the first 3 or 4 have not been online for a month plus. Those 3 or 4 have had the same profiles/pics up here for several years. So it's not always how to attract more interest, but is there anyone here whose attention you want to attract??


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
petale46
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 229
Posted on Wed, Sep 17, 2008 13:38

RWGROOT60 The only problem with your way of thinking is that I bought a bookshelf and not reading the instructions, you built me a kitchen table... It might be the most beautiful table in the world... I still need a book case. *Smile and wink*


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
Katwoman1968
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 358
Posted on Wed, Sep 17, 2008 11:48

I think that both men and women are guilty of this actually. There are quite a few men who have quoted something to me I said in my profile and I was actually shocked they took the time to read it....and of course impressed that the took the time to read it....lol I personally read profiles because I don't want to waste my time on someone who is not what I am looking for or I am not what they are looking for. Kris


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
RWGROOT60
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 82
Posted on Wed, Sep 17, 2008 06:37

Aimee Love is like putting a piece off furniture together. You get directions....you throw them away. Then a guy fondles the parts, grunting appreciatively and in anticipation. Then he moves the parts in various positions seeing if they are pleasing to the eye. Is it just right? As he begins using his tool(s) he listens to see if the parts make any unnerving noises as his tools press against the parts. In the end he wipes his tool(s), looks with deep satisfaction at the task he has completed. Ah yes exercise is good for the soul No manual required. On a serious note. Keep it simple, keep it short, say what you want. Don't say what you don't want. Stay positive. I wish we could use bullet points


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
aimeefla
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 262
Posted on Wed, Sep 17, 2008 05:08

Hi IslandGal, You're Right naturally, men look at pictures. I think that there has to be a way to attract more interest. I was also wondering if the activity dwindles now, closer to the holidays? or does it increase? Aimee


Reply / add comments   Quote   Report abuse    0 up Bookmark and Share
Available only
to logged in members

total posts: 57
Posted on Wed, Sep 17, 2008 03:22

If it were that easy, I think we should try to do something-- outline, summarize, anything! lol. I don't know if I fall to the category in searching for the handsomest face / body, but I do read their profile. If they're cute (to me at least) and they have qualities I'm not too fond of such as smoking. I can tolerate socially drinking, but overly drinking or "weekend warriors" I'd pass it up. Also who actually took the time to write what's in their profile is always a plus. More reassuring that maybe they're REAL? I'm still a wee bit of a skeptic.


0 up Bookmark and Share
Follow - Email me when people comment