How To Write the Best Online Dating Profile Ever…From Your Gay Best Friend

Your Gay BFF Brian Clark tells you how to put your best foot forward online.
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How To Write the Best Online Dating Profile Ever…From Your Gay Best Friend

Your Gay BFF Brian Clark tells you how to put your best foot forward online.

-Brian Clark

Online Dating Profile

Recently, I decided to stop being gay. Shocked, ladies? Don’t be. It’s just an experiment to help you write the best online dating profile ever.

To start, I put on less expensive jeans and went to a popular dating site I used to frequent as a gay man. Once there, I popped open a beer (in a can!) and changed my preference from “seeking men” to “seeking women.” So far, being straight was easy. Then, in my lazy heterosexual male way, I only limited my search by proximity (10 miles from West Hollywood, California). What I got back surprised the gay right out of me! There were 118 pages of results, with like 18 totally hot women on every page. That’s over 2,000 women for me to potentially bang, screw, and boff (ewww, that felt weird, forgive me, I’m trying!).

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That’s a lot of tail (help, now I can’t stop). So, ladies, how can you hope to stand out in the online e-crowd? Here’s how…


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  1. ChattyCathy says:

    I don’t approve of this

  2. singingnymph says:

    Thanks, Brian! I wish guys would follow some of these rules, like proof-reading, good pictures (not just cock shots) & unique names. There are way too many “longdong4u” hndles (let us be the judge of that, guys) & “hornyinCali” handles.

  3. felinewarrior says:

    In the section about proofreading, you misspelled “you’re”!

    (“So, show him your a smart womyn who know

  4. kaydee says:

    Just proof that all the really good men are gay. LOL

  5. denysejb says:

    Give me some tips on HOW to take a good photo of myself! That’s the trick. 1 out of 700 i may like. i like my smile, but not my hair. i like my hair but not the smile. The angle is wrong. And same w/full body shots. Hey – i love myself, but i’m picky about my own pix.

  6. shewalk says:

    In response to felinewarrior’s comment: there are actually lots of words spelled incorrectly in the proofreading section. It is done intentionally to be funny and illustrate the point.

  7. BarbMayer724 says:

    I said previously that I married my husband after meeting him online. I think the thing that got both of us interested was the fact that we were both honest about ourselves and who we wanted. We didn’t try to play any games…just were factual about the person we were looking for and hoping to meet. That worked for us and hope it will for you, too!

  8. myfreetime says:

    More men need these helpful hints, the misspellings, bad screen names, not to mention stating you want a relationship when all you really want is an on-going sex partner, stop wasting my time.

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