And when your ideal partner is scrolling through hundreds of names – Sally102, Jen NYC1, Lawyer Gal – a great username can be the very reason that someone contacts you. And you become convinced that usernames don’t matter. In my opinion, a username should be a pun or a play on words. Wine Not – for the wine aficionado Lady Go Go – for the world traveler Bach To Bach – for the classical music enthusiast Tender Legal – for the soft-hearted lawyer See the common thread?Most people take one of two wrong tacks when coming up with an online dating username:1) Putting ZERO thought into it: Bill10247, Claire T, Ally Cat2) Putting minimal thought into it, using a literal description: Tall Doctor, Gorgeous Goddess, Fun2Be Around The problem with these efforts, of course, is not that they’re “bad”, but rather that they’re BORING. All of them are plays off of real names, idioms or catchphrases, which is why they evoke smiles from readers. I think there was a blonde here from Daytona who mentioned the notion that someone might hide themselves while here, since they had a job in law enforcement or something else that might lead to some sort of complication.Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.
How about subforusing (I've changed it only slightly) If this dude wants to do my ironing/housework I'm all for it, the sexual side I'd have to leave to my friend Claire, she's pierced many a testicle with her heel lol I think there was a blonde here from Daytona who mentioned the notion that someone might hide themselves while here, since they had a job in law enforcement or something else that might lead to some sort of complication.perhaps that has something to do with someone's choices.I can understand the value of a well-chosen username, just as a well-chosen business name can help attract i'm a cynic.if Kelly123 has great ta-tas, no one worries what her screename means.
There’s nothing unique, memorable or distinguishing. One of my favorite usernames was The Goose Whisperer, written for a client named Bobbi in 2005. perhaps that has something to do with someone's choices.Bobbi had a farm with geese in the yard and instead of using The Horse Whisperer, which was way too overdone, we changed one word to great effect. My username, I just chose b/c it was short enough to type in every day and easy enough for me to remember.