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I practice yoga and meditation pretty regularly, love to hike, cook, eat, travel, listen to live music, read and learn about people (despite a shy streak) and why we do what we do.
If I had to choose a few adjectives to describe myself, they d be curious, sensitive/intuitive, compassionate, independent but loyal, passionate, unconventional and, I’m told, courageous. )written a book, started two businesses (shut down one), mended a couple of important relationships with relatives.
That way, she’ll know that when they’re sharing a bottle of wine after a show, they’ll be engaged in a lively discussion. Your words about supportiveness struck a chord, as did some of the other things you wrote.
Real-life result: Brad estimates a 30-40% response rate to this kind of email. I’m 36 and am a freelance writer covering mainly health, psychology, nonprofit management and, lately, nanotechnology.
Chances are she’d get as many replies — and invest a whole lot less time — focusing on a few specific moments that illustrate who she is. I do like to speak my mind, no worries there, and will do my darndest to make you laugh. -Alison The feedback:“I wouldn’t state right off the bat that I don’t fit someone’s profile.
I’ll admit I’m a bit of an anglophile, but you sound fun and smart and laid-back and balanced, so it’s not just the anglophilia speaking. Make him look you up, and let him decide whether or not he’ll bend his parameters.
Some of her ‘I talked my way out of a police station’ moments were interesting, but I don’t need to know that she has mended relationships with family members.
Real-life result: No reply.(Note: The woman’s profile asked suitors to respond to a few questions, reprinted below)Q: What are your thoughts on Jersey? 'Q: Should one roll their eyes and scoff at Modest Mouse for being on MTV? This test is so easy and I didn’t even study or nothing.I wouldn’t write back unless he added more to the email, perhaps some comments/questions of his own."-Kendra, 30, New York, New York The verdict: Our panel was unanimous: The writer makes it clear he has a sense of humor, but he also telegraphs that he’s not taking her seriously.Following up with a paragraph showing his sincere side—what does he like about her profile?The Joseph question is really broad; he should mention something specific about the show.I might respond; I like to give people chances.”-Kendra, 30, New York, New York The verdict: Brad has a winning format and identifies with the profilee’s passions, but our panel agrees that he should offer up some specifics.
I’ve talked my way out of a police station in **** (expired visa, nothing too terribly illicit), and watched a shaman do a smoke clearing (uninvited) in a bungalow I was occupying in ****. There’ve been *plenty* of humble moments too—so many that I’m now flushed just thinking about the first one or two that came to mind.