The best part about online dating is that, your first impression is decided through the headlines which you put up on your profile.Even though you get to meet each other later, the first thing that attracts people to visit your profile is that one creative and smart line that you come up with.Some, put up things about themselves, while others come up with funny one liners.You can also give a personal touch to these headlines, because everyone's profile has something unique about them. It creates an awareness about you amongst the seekers, generates interest amongst those who understand it, arouses a desire amongst the ones who like it, and finally leads to an action! Another factor you may want to note is that it should have no spelling mistakes. A good dating profile precisely works like the aforementioned rule. The simpler the headline, the simpler it is to understand it. Have a headline which goes with your profile and sums up its gist in a sentence or two.
But it was her chat with Mc Gee that stands out above the others, and her brazen question about her guest's marriage to Daniels has been voted TV's best one-liner in a poll of 2,000 British fans.A TV poll of 2,000 fans has revealed Mrs Merton's classic put-down to Debbie Mc Gee - the wife of millionaire magician Paul Daniels - to be the best of all time - seeing off competition from Delboy from Only Fools and Horses and Edmund Blackadder Her retort fended off competition from beloved put-downs from sitcom characters such as Fawlty Towers' Basil Fawlty (John Cleese) and Only Fools And Horses' Del Boy (Sir David Jason).In the 1995 interview, Aherne's Mrs Merton asked Mc Gee: 'So what first attracted you to the millionaire Paul Daniels? Aherne died in July last year at the age of 52 following a battle with cancer.A first date gives you only an imperfect snapshot of who a person really is.Her real self—her hopes and dreams, her fears and sorrows—will start to emerge, like a beautiful mosaic, on the second date. Del Boy came in second place for one of his notable sharp one-liners.