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Any one of those could be great with some more detail.
But a list like this is so generic as to be almost meaningless. Three seemingly off-beat things that everyone claims to be interested in: " mentions them.
I'm not saying men don't make the same mistakes; I'm simply not qualified to judge their profiles. "," and other such generic adjectives to describe yourself or who you’re looking for.
One or two of these might be OK, but a whole string of these adjectives is not really describing yourself.
The feeling I got when I read his profile was, This guy is okay with our without me and he will not attempt to impress me by being someone he’s not. His response was: “haha yea at first i wrote a regular profile, then i read it over and i was like ‘this is so freaking boring’. Something I wanted to write that would make me laugh. I got a TON of emails from cool women.” He and I talked a little more and I immediately got a sense of his full character.
It was great to see that he was much more than just a funny, goof, who only knew how to banter.
As far as "sarcasm," it’s probably better just to use it rather than mention it. You don't need to make excuses for why you're on a dating site. The truth is that you like some kinds of music, but not others. "I like all kinds of music" is a red flag that you're afraid to share anything about yourself. "" Same problem as "partner in crime." You’re clearly not working hard at coming up with your own words to describe yourself.
You probably have the same reason everyone else has: because it makes dating more convenient. If you're not sure whether your friends are right, then it’s not worth including in your ad. Look back over your profile and see what happens if you delete all the cliches I've listed. then that suggests you haven't really expressed yourself, which is all the more reason to overhaul your profile.
I won’t open doors for you, in fact be careful as I will likely trip you as you go through the door for laughs and giggles.
You don't especially want people to eat the parsley -- you’re just putting it there because it's a foolproof way to make the dish look nice.