Ladies, Ditch the Clichés: Looking For A Good Man

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Alright, ladies, let’s talk about revamping those dating profiles and ditching the tired clichés that no one’s buying. Seriously, if I see one more profile with “looking for a good man who won’t cheat or abuse me,” I might just start a petition to ban it altogether. I mean, let’s be real here, ladies: if a guy has to advertise that he’s not going to treat you like garbage, then we’re already off to a pretty rocky start, aren’t we?

So, instead of wasting precious character space on stating the obvious, why not have a little fun with it? How about something like, “Seeking a man who can resist the urge to put pineapple on pizza and won’t run away screaming when I start belting out show tunes in the car”? Trust me, a guy who can appreciate a good musical number is worth his weight in gold.

And when it comes to describing what you’re looking for, let’s get creative, shall we? Instead of the same old laundry list of must-haves, why not try something like, “In search of a guy who knows that ‘Netflix and chill’ actually means watching Netflix and chilling, not, you know, the other thing”? Because let’s face it, ain’t nobody got time for mixed signals.

And finally, let’s talk about setting the tone for the conversation. Instead of waiting for Mr. Perfect to swoop in and sweep you off your feet, why not take matters into your own hands? Send him a message that’ll make him snort-laugh into his cereal, like, “If you can’t handle me at my ‘I just finished a pint of ice cream while binge-watching trashy reality TV,’ then you don’t deserve me at my ‘I’m wearing real pants and adulting like a boss’.”

So there you have it, ladies: a hilarious take on the whole “looking for a good man” debacle. Remember, life’s too short to settle for anything less than someone who can laugh at your jokes and appreciate your quirks. So go forth, swipe with confidence, and may the dating odds be ever in your favor.