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1. WRITING EXAM FOR SOMEBODY ON THE PLATFORM OF SHOWING LOVE. THAT IS,EMBARKING ON EXAMINATION MALPRACTISES BECAUSE YOUR GIRLFRIEND OF BOYFRIEND IS SICK. 2. LYING,THAT IS,HIDING THE TRUTH FROM YOUR LOVER 3. SEXUAL INTERCOURSE BEFORE WEDDING 4. GOING OUT OF YOUR WAY TO STEAL IN OTHER TO SATISFY YOUR PARTNER 5. SLEEPING WITH ARISTO MEN AND WOMEN BECAUSE YOU WANT TO PAY YOUR PARTNER BILL OR YOU WANT HIM OR HER TO LOOK GOOD 6. WASHING YOUR PARTNER CLOTH IN HIS HOUSE WILL YOU SUPPOSE TO BE READING YOUR BOOKS. LIVING A CAMPUS COUPLE LIFE. 7. GOING OUT OF YOUR WAY, USING JUJU TO WIN A MAN’S HEART OR LADY’S HEART. 8. BEATING UP YOU PARTNER WHEN U GETS ANGRY.
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If you want your inbox to go from empty to full of promise, treat your dating profile like an ad and you’ll stand out from the competition. As an award-winning ad writer with over 20 years experience, I know these techniques work wonders. Apply them and you could go from being one of many to being the “one”. 1) Target, target, target. Don’t cast a wide net and try to attract everyone. Instead, craft your profile to attract precisely the kind of mate you want. Make who you are and what you want very clear. Targeting is a technique used by all good advertisers concerned with efficiency and results. 2) Look appealing to your target. Want a partner who loves the outdoors? Post a photo of yourself taken in a beautiful spot outside. Enjoy the finer things? Dress up and take a picture with poise. It might not catch the eye of someone who likes hot dogs and ball games but it will attract someone who also likes the good life. Good ads have visual clues to attract the desired target. 3) Write a compelling headline. Great ads have attention-grabbing headlines. So apply an attention grabber to the first line of your profile. You don’t have to be clever but do say something that gives your target reason to read on. It can be topical. It can put forth your best feature. It can play on the name of the dating site. Whatever it is, make it engaging. 4) Craft a real message. All advertising – including your own – needs substance. You can be clever and charming all you want but be sure every word speaks volumes about you. I read a profile by a woman who compared her life to the summer breaks she had as a kid. The metaphor was clever. It also spoke volumes about her happiness and creativity. It had substance. 5) Promote your benefits. Brands passionately and persuasively advertise what makes them better than the competition. Your profile has to do the same. What makes you special? How would someone’s life improve with you in it? What sets you apart? Promote yourself! 6) Stay fresh. A good brand stays contemporary and never looks tired. This too is important in online dating. It’s smart to stay on a site for months at time until you find the right one. It’s even a good to post your profile on several sites. But, stay fresh and change your photo and profile regularly. A profile on a site, like a product on a shelf, needs to be dusted off every once in awhile. 7) Proofread Most ads are checked for spelling and grammar. Your profile should be too. Spelling mistakes are like walking out with a stain on your clothes. No one notices the clothes, just the stain. So make sure your profile is not marred by typos and poor grammar. 8) Hire me (!). Just visit trysweettalk.com, which uses ad techniques to make dating profiles stand out. There you'll find credentials, samples and full information. Thanks!
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Winter cramps my style. All I want is to cover every inch of flesh to avoid the elements, which completely trumps being fashionable. I see women in stylish canary yellow coats, in sexy stockings, in cutie-pie knit caps topped with tufts of yarn or those funky Russian jobs old guys wear to go hunting. Despite the icy tundra surrounding us, these gals look like a million bucks. Meanwhile, I’m dressed in four layers of clothes beneath a down coat hanging to my knees. I’m in a bulbous hat covering my entire head, a chunky scarf and boots heavy enough to pass military inspection. Because of my shortness and round features, the look is far from flattering. I could only describe my winter style as “igloo-esque.”
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