Again thank you for your advice

Creating a good dating profile

There are many types of intelligence. They are the ones in the dead center of the Mediocrity Bell Curve. It can be funny or serious. Guys know women are extremely judgemental creatures and will judge everything and anything about a guys profile. Another issue with playing it safe and trying to cast a wide net is that you force the girl to switch her screening process over to depend more heavily on superficial things like looks, height etc.

Ask lots of questions from the lighthearted to the more profound. It's easy to stand out from the crowd if you take some time and create a snapshot of your life, for example write about one moment from your life that represents a turning point of some sort. Your hard work surely has paid off.

Just go on a date, get some drinks and get to know each other. Dustin and Mike are spot on. It'll be good if it showed a small victory, or growth in insight, wisdom or self-awareness.

As a guyYou also seem

Have fun and enjoy the process. We keep ourselves a mystery partly because women like that and partly because we are afraid we might say something about ourselves that will make a woman judge us and never even wish to meet us.

As a guy I felt my profile was different and creative but I still need more tweaked on it. You also seem to be implying that if a guy is a serial killer or a bank robber that he is going to list it in his profile. Know your values and what's important to you. Then, yesterday, I read this really great profile. Don't get disillusioned after a handful of dud dates.