Posting childrens info on dating websites
But boy oh boy, have your photos made my day on more than a number of occasions.;) So for any guys out there getting Matched, EHarmonized, Fished a Plenty, struck with an OK arrow from Cupid, Mingling with Christians and more right now, I invite you to put down your weights, take off those sunglasses, and enjoy this post.You are not doing yourself any favors by dumping on your ex or detailing your five-year custody battle.All you are doing is revealing your crazy side and scaring the sane people away.(Oh yes, we’re going there.) To those of you out there who have tried online dating, and spent hours wading through profiles after profiles — especially profile this one’s for you.To those of you who have never experienced the modern marvel that is online dating, believe me, I couldn’t make some of this stuff up if I tried.
A dating site is a bad place to show pictures of your children, it attracts pedophiles and/or those who like to abuse kids.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.The site censors 4-letter words, including "cocktail." (You' should see the first 4 letters blocked out.) They threaten us with excommunication for any pics with nudity.Is it not enough to mention in a profile description as a forewarning, that you have kids?
And maybe even mentioning it is enough to tip-off any potential child-pursuing predator?But for the general good of the online dating world, and to hopefully offer some help to all of those handsome bachelors out there considering a bathroom selfie, I would like to offer this helpful little list of 10 photos guys should NOT post for online dating.