It picks out all those words that are best avoided in your username.Gena says to avoid ‘xxx’s, meaningless numbers (or meaningful ones if it’s the number 69), anything like ‘sex’, ‘dirty’, ‘hot’, or equally ‘death’ and ‘rage’.And now, to all you would-be authors: Should you find yourself compelled to write on the subject of transsexual dating, go for it. We own the copyright on all contributions, and proper credit will be provided, except in the case of letters where we normally delete email addresses and last names for reasons of privacy.
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Your username is the first thing someone will read. One random habit (nothing gross here people) or a funny fact can do the trick. Ryan Gos: I like to ride motorbikes fast and be filmed doing it.
I always buy coffee from Pret because it seems like it’s more ethical than Starbucks (probably misguided) and when I go to the beach, I like to make sand angels. Remember you do have to meet this person sooner or later.
There are a lot of don’ts out there but to help you on your way Our Graham found this gem of a list from Glamour.com’s dating blogger, Gena Kaufman.