"Those already registered should update the profile.
L here and ready to bring you the scoop from the internet dating websites. I may be one year older as of a few days ago, but I’m as immature and judgmental as ever.
It’s the name that you will be known by to all initial prospects, both members and non-members.
Some dating sites give their members the flexibility to get creative on coming up with interesting screen names, while other sites just take your name and add their own ID code to it.
Thanks S, for being the voice of reason and drawing that conversation to a close.
Granted that this is not a very creative way to establish your identity, but for a lot of people, this process takes away the pressure of having to come up with a catchy screen name. At match.com, members are allowed to use up to 128 characters that they can divide however they choose between a name and a tagline (a slogan or statement that describes and defines their personality).
All dating sites require that their members create a screen name.
This is the name that will be shown on all your postings next to your photo and profile.
And one (me, obvs) should avoid that line when it comes to dating. ) I like it because 1) It’s a clever play on a name for another internet dating service and 2) It’s a little joke about Judaism, which you know I appreciate.
David Silver/Say Anything- Nothing makes me weak in the knees like a casual reference to late 80s/early 90s pop culture. I usually get so excited I’ll message something CRAY like, “Meet me at the Max in 1 hour? ” or, “Diane Court here.” Bagel Meet Bagel- Surprise, surprise. A visit or message from Mark3456 or jbt78 or Cardinalsfan may not catch my eye as quickly as I_shot_the_Sheriff_forreal. Because honestly, what people say in their messages, and their profiles, is way more important than their username. We’ve already done a post or two on profiles and messages, but rest assured, readers!