What does a man write about himself that will attract a woman? That's what this website is for, after all. And how can I tailor my introduction to attract exactly the right kind of woman that I intend to attract? Therein lies the real dilemma. If you're still reading this, it means you have a normal attention span, which is good; the ADD girls have already been weeded out.
Maybe you're one of those women who go straight to the photos before deciding to read anything about a person, in which case I am attractive enough physically to warrant further investigation. I suppose that's flattering, but it's also shallow.
On the other hand, you could be the exact opposite, having a go at my description to see if my personality merits your approval, in which case you may be offended by the above insinuation that any woman is superficial enough to view the photos before reading the intro and have already left in a huff. There go the feminists.
Maybe you're having trouble understanding big words and think that I am being incorrigible by pointing out your lack of comprehension of the English language. Farewell, text-only abbreviation enthusiasts.
Perhaps you have been subconsciously scanning my paragraphs for grammatical errors. Have you found any yet?
Maybe you're angry with me for not telling you what my career is and you've decided I'm not worth your time because I don't make over $100,000 a year. Goodbye, gold-diggers and sugar-babies. You will not be missed.
Maybe you are smart, you can take a joke, you're financially independent, you love to laugh, you have self-respect as well as respect for others, and you know how to enjoy your life without destroying it with the same actions. That's the type of woman I like.
My point, perseverant one, is that you can't learn much about a person without meeting him or her. Words in a blurb and pictures on the screen can tell you only so much.