Here’s an example: RUTha1 should be Are You The One Use the correct spelling Using proper spelling and capitalization not only evokes positive associations as mentioned in Rule #2 but it also makes your username clear and easy to remember.
Because usernames can’t have spaces between the words, capital letters should be used to clearly separate words or to accentuate certain words.
If you email her, she’ll first see your username, photo and subject line of your email. What girl in her right mind would want to date a guy with a username like this: Note: Bad usernames are typical.
Just take a look on any dating website for yourself and you’ll see.
Yes, I know, cliches aren’t the ideal, but if you give them a twist and make them your own: They can be, A-W-E-S-O-M-E. If your name happens to be Tom, I just thought of an irresistible username for you, and we’ll use this example so that you better understand my point about clichés. That’s Romantic, Funny and Creative – triple awesome!
A romantic cliché you can use is Once Upona Time but change it to…. Ok – Ok, whoever uses that, when you get your dream girl, you owe me big time!
Play around with the capitalization of your username to see what LOOKS the best.
Tip: Some dating sites like Ok Cupid allow the use of dashes — in the username.
(She shakes her head and rolls her eyes in disappointment) I wouldn’t even look at his profile.
Here are a couple more examples using romantic clichés with a twist: • Mike In Shining Armor from the cliché Knight in Shining Armor. John Vice: Does this guy have a vice like a drug problem?