Friday, August 10, 2012

Adjectives that lie!

I do a lot of online dating because, let's face it, trying to meet men my age IRL is impossible. So, anyone else who does online dating might be prudent to heed these warning signs. Rest assured, when you see the following words or any adaptations of them in someone's screen name, you can be guaranteed that the person behind the screen has NOTHING TO DO with these descriptors. In fact, you're almost guaranteed that the person behind the screen is creepy, old, overweight, and hideous. Look out for the following:

cute
     may appear as: kute, kyute, kyoot, cyoot 
kawaii
     means cute in Japanese; may appear as: kah wai eeee, kawaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
sexy
     may appear as: sxy, sexi, sexxxy, seck-c and many other uncreative variations
chibi
     means little in Japanese; may appear as: cheebee, chibbbbi, chibbiiiiiii
gentleman
     may appear as: gntlmn, gntlman, gentlemn, gentlmn
neko
     means cat in Japanese; only used by severely annoying, overweight females that pretend to like J-Pop
handsome
     may appear as: hndsm
hot
     may appear as: hawt
Xx____xX
    only used by pseudo-goth douchebags; X pattern may appear as: xX, X, x, XxX, xXx

If you see any of the aforementioned expressions in a screen name, RUN!

Image stolen from roflcat.com who probably stole it from somewhere else.
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