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Taylor is doing something really right in his innovative photo sessions.
The Huffington Post dubbed Taylor, “a veritable Ok Cupid God” due to his array of zany photos, including one of him sitting lakeside with red writing saying “YOU” and pointing at the empty chair beside him.
His physique doesn’t really warrant foregoing a shirt, but maybe he’s just really proud of the giant cross tattoo on his arm.
The picture isn’t the funniest part of his dating profile, however.
This anonymous Ok Cupid user, featured by Buzzfeed, already had our attention with his oh-so-original shirtless bathroom selfie.In just three paragraphs, Jake shows his creativity, spontaneity, and flirtatiousness. Here’s an example of a hypothetical story on a dating profile going bad — hilariously bad.Rosefacekillahh, from Melbourne, Australia, warns online daters that she’s “not down to earth at all” in her Ok Cupid profile’s self-summary.He’s decked out in armor and has a long sword slung casually over his shoulder as he looks off to the side, as if to say, “I’m too cool to look directly at the camera.” Evidence suggests this type of photo is very attractive to online daters.According to Ok Cupid’s data crunchers, “Men’s photos are most effective when they look away from the camera and don’t smile.” And then there’s his one-sentence About section: “I’m banking on your standards being a lot lower than mine.” Playful, self-deprecating, and original.