Ahh, the group shot. I don't mean to single out this person in particular, but just in general, a group shot is a bad idea. Especially as the primary photo that people first see. It prompts thought processes like "Are you the one on the left? Oh, ok, looking through the 5 other group shots, I can deduce which one is you. I really wished you were the one on the left." Because chances are, if you include 5 other people among your pictures, any given person is going to be more attracted to one of them than they are to you. That doesn't exactly inspire people to shower you with messages and makeouts.
Can you be more specific?
Sexie Brunette is a Caucasian with red hair. So who is the black-haired non-Caucasian in the picture?
RealliShy is suffering from an identity crisis too.
So is this person. The hypocrisy of demanding punctuation is just icing on this cakefull of FAIL.
A fun game to play when browsing profiles is "find the deal breaker." This happens when you see someone extremely attractive and click on their profile. At this point they are already too good to be true; really attractive people don't need dating sites. So you scroll down, and usually the flaw becomes obvious pretty quickly. Perhaps the first picture you saw was their only flattering angle. Or they have 15 kids, 3 boyfriends in jail, and 0 legs. Sometimes they actually continue to seem impossibly interesting, until you get to this paragraph:
Jesus fucking Christ.
Don't get me wrong, religion is not a deal breaker on its own. Putting faith in Jesus before the people closest to you, and specifically excluding non-Christians from what you're looking for, are.
But I must close on an at least somewhat positive note:
This person's list of interests both terrifies and intrigues me.
In other news, apparently being picky and mocking people I'm incompatible with isn't conducive to finding a life-partner. But hey, when I do find someone kickass enough to end this current run of singlehood, she can read this blog and realize how special she is.