But a list like this is so generic as to be almost meaningless. Three seemingly off-beat things that everyone claims to be interested in: " mentions them.As a result, it becomes hard to believe that everyone is so enamored of these things; they just sound good in a dating profile.

When not meeting with the press, revamping the website, or personally reaching out to our members, he spends his time fending off CPAs, attorneys, and bankers.

With two degrees from UPenn, investment banking at UBS and Evercore Partners, and business development for Open Peak under his belt, it’s hard to keep him out of the weeds of operations.

He loves entertaining guests both out on the town and on his sailing yacht, where speed is measured in champagne bottles per hour.

One or two of these might be OK, but a whole string of these adjectives is not really describing yourself.

You’re just describing how everyone wants to be perceived.

The worst adjectives are "" Again, there’s nothing wrong with any one of these on its own.Any one of those could be great with some more detail.A romantic at heart, Alex appreciates a bottle of wine, a tango, and two-person hammock. So, as a public service, I’m going to tell you what I’ve noticed a lot of women saying in their profiles that is probably not a good idea.Disclaimer: I specify that these are cliches for "women" to avoid only because they’re the ones whose profiles I've looked at.I'm not saying men don't make the same mistakes; I'm simply not qualified to judge their profiles. "," and other such generic adjectives to describe yourself or who you’re looking for.