Make sure you are comfortable with the member you have been in contact with on RSVP before you give them any personal details. He'd have a smile and a story for me, and he really made me feel at home. A chilled out wine bar, the local for a quick G&T or even somewhere that makes really, really good coffee (I'm a latte girl, by the way - and a bit of a coffee snob! I don't mind saying that I quite like being treated like a princess.
Romantic dinners, cute little surprise notes - you know all that mushy stuff.
Because I really enjoy playing sport, I like someone who has a bit of get up and go (FYI I play tennis, do yoga, run around the park with my crazy dog, and am an AFL junkie - go the Saints! I'm into people who like getting out there on the weekends in the sunshine.
But if you're vain, totally obsessed with your looks etc, you can take your ego elsewhere. I've been single for a little over a year and am really only just starting to get myself out there now. I'm ready to meet lots of people and see where it goes.
These show him you have free time and that you use it to have fun.
Online dater Eli suggests saying you're equally passionate about your career and maintaining relationships outside of work.
Over the years we’ve found that members who have spent time on their profiles have received a higher number of Kisses from other members.
You don't have to write a novel, but the more people know about you, the more comfortable they'll be to send you a Kiss or start up a conversation.
He hears: I'm older than my profile says, but you won't date me if I tell you my real age.
"It's a little 'thou doth protest too much,'" says Katz.
Write like you're talking to one of your friends and think of it as a conversation. So start off on the right foot by just being yourself.
Another tip - Don’t be concerned to go into a little bit of detail in your profile.
"I think it's attractive that a woman has achieved professional success, but I want to know that she hasn't done it at the expense of her personal life."You say: I'm extremely picky.