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Sep 30, 2008 @ 9:37 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
Aeromuse


Posts: 2,810
We all do Merch. We all do
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Sep 30, 2008 @ 9:38 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
Merchitown


Posts: 8,111
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Sep 30, 2008 @ 11:05 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
missliss78


Posts: 7,665
Gotta love some KK!


Long walks on the beach.

I especially love reading lines to that end....especially when they live in a land locked state!

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Sep 30, 2008 @ 11:28 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
LipGlossQueen9


Posts: 10,915
Anything that says travels for work.

Can I ask why that's a "red flag"? I can see why it could potentially turn into a bad situation or why someone just wouldn't want to live that kind of life, but I don't think it's really a "red flag"
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Sep 30, 2008 @ 12:19 PM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
jamminjerry


Posts: 3,544
sweetheart! on almost all the scammer profiles "travel to work" means primarily from the British Isles to an African country. rarely is it from the U S of A to an african country. well now, i forgot those fellas/gals working on the rigs out in the Gulf. LOL we be jammin
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Sep 30, 2008 @ 12:27 PM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
LipGlossQueen9


Posts: 10,915
Oh, I get it now -_- I thought she was just making a general statement. My boyfriend travels for work; that's why I asked.
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Sep 30, 2008 @ 6:53 PM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
SpiritOrnery


Posts: 22,272
Kitten!

Yeah, LGQ, usually they are in Africa or UK but where ever they say they are, they are usually scammers.

Oh yeah, those GOD FEARING bastids. GOD I hate em. Man, it is in my profile no godfearing men. Dead giveaway they have not read my profile.
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Sep 30, 2008 @ 7:20 PM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
jamminjerry


Posts: 3,544
Spirit, it may be that they are not real christians because i am told to LOVE the Lord my God with all... the fear of the Lord is the "beginning" of knowledge. lots of cool lines the pseudos don't know. LOL we be jammin
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Sep 30, 2008 @ 7:58 PM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
SpiritOrnery


Posts: 22,272
Jerry, what scammer is a true christian? A great number of people that are christian distort the meanings of christianity and worship the bible instead of coming from Love which is what Jesus was all about. This is the MAIN reason I will not date people that call themselves religious. Religious often equates to obsession over words. Gotta have it JUST so. My way or you are going to hell.

Um, didn't the bible say something about judgment?

There is another thing I get red flags over and most likely it will piss off a BUNCH of people. People that get twisted off over grammer, punctuation and spelling. Some of THE most brilliant people are dyslexic and they have a REAL hard time writing. Even talking can be a real trick for them. To me, if people obsess over a particular something, well, they will be LOTS of fun to be around all the time...NOT!

Hey, once I figure it out someone has issues with those things, I deliberately make spelling, grammer and punctuation mistakes and type with an accent to deliberately run them off.
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Oct 1, 2008 @ 7:09 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
jamminjerry


Posts: 3,544
Spirit, Jesus covered judgement very well, far more than the holy rollers want you to know. i am very hung up on those words in red and so, judge me as you wish. i have also recently realized how freaky i am about the truth. it is extremely difficult for me to accept a blatent lie even when those all around me know that it is a lie and are much wiser than me and won't argue with the liar. if it is a lie and everyone knows it is a lie, perhaps even the liar, why argue!!! i get so angry at myself because i am the only one suckered into the argument. LOL oh well, perhaps i have not developed enuff patience yet and my God feels i need more training. we be jammin
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Oct 1, 2008 @ 7:41 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
jamminjerry


Posts: 3,544
i just got an email from a gal in Houston! i asked her how she faired with Gustav! LOL
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Oct 1, 2008 @ 7:00 PM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
silksox


Posts: 27
Hello Sapphireblues

Some things that put me off in a man's profile....

A sexual profile name like : bigLuv MOCHINE, TongueHangin, NeedsOral, Jumper-n-pumper, HoseGod, Crotchcricket, Hairybanana, Burymeinboobland Yikes...do men actually think that turns REAL women on? I think not.. On the other hand, a well chosen "nick" can be quite HOT.

Profile Photos of a Guy with his last girlfriend in the photo (when he's available NOW)..He should protect her privacy and not place her identity on a website. It also says that it's unimportant for him to make a good impression on a potentional date or that he's lazy about posting a proper photo. Having No photo's is worse..Kinko's will minimize the pixels & place anyones photos on a thumbdrive at a very minimal cost so there's really no excuse..except a lack of desire.

"Married" ~~ For me personally..if you are a married or separated guy..I have too much respect for myself and the institution of marriage to even enter that scenario. I don't like the term..."the OTHER woman" applied to me.

Emails from a strange guy that are too forward or too familiar. I cannot bear sexually intimate mail from someone who doesn't know anything about me. I consider it an affront or a breach in good manners. (This is one of the dead giveaways of a spammer too) This gets an automatic "GONG" from me. I want a to be pals/friends with a guy first..and if there's tinge of chemistry after we know one another... then perhaps.

Theres a few other personal "ickies" of the profile..but I have taken up a lot of your time..

Sox

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Oct 8, 2008 @ 7:06 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
KnittinKitten


Posts: 145
How about:

I'm a laid-back kinda guy
I like to have fun (and just what do you consider fun?)
Send me a message
Any questions, just ask me
You're an angel (often spelled Angle) sent from God
Prefer not to answer (to anything other than Income)
self-employed, on contract..."jewelleries" and hurry your reply to my yahoo...........

That's what I found when I looked at today's messages.

Actually, I don't get too upset...these guys make my sorting process EASIER.

KK

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Oct 8, 2008 @ 7:26 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
drs297


Posts: 2,775
hey now.. I'm laid back sorta guy but everybody knows what that means for me.. taking care of business and 1 out of my 10 times a day
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Oct 8, 2008 @ 7:55 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
ToucherinSparks


Posts: 4,300
If I see a red flag in a profile, I'd suspect that person is a commie.
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Oct 8, 2008 @ 8:21 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
KnittinKitten


Posts: 145
OK, drs...tell me what ya mean when ya say, "I'm a laid-back kinda guy". Maybe I've got it all wrong....??? Help me out, sweetie...I can't read all 3,004 posts....

I'll tell ya what I'm thinking "laid-back" is....take things pretty much as they come..not much in the line of enthusiasm...not very assertive....not BAD things, just different than I am...

KK
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Oct 8, 2008 @ 8:48 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
Merchitown


Posts: 8,111
I've just gotten to the point where I automtatically delete them if I don't know what they post like. I personally feel safer interracting publicly before taking it privately anywhere. I'm probably limiting myself..but for now, that's how the cookie crumbles.
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Oct 8, 2008 @ 9:04 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
MUDSHARK


Posts: 105
Great post Silksox

I think I like the wild and irrational Merch better than the logical and prudent one. (JK)
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Oct 8, 2008 @ 9:05 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
Merchitown


Posts: 8,111
Irrational?! Hey!! I'm.....so very guilty.
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Oct 8, 2008 @ 10:16 AM Red Flags and Cliches in Profiles    
lj450


Posts: 8,892
Whenever people use words in their profiles. That usually means they are full of shit.
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