"Tall, sensitive, self-made millionaire, early 30s, seeks female for fun times and maybe romance." It sounds too good to be true - and for most women it actually is.Online daters in Britain are rapidly losing their famous Good Sense Of Humour (GSOH) over the increasing number of would-be suitors fabricating personal profiles.(A term like GSOH would incur a fee for just one word as opposed to four words.) GSOH is typically seen as an entry in list of personal attributes.In the meaning "Good Sense of Humor/Humour" and when used in a full sentence, GSOH is used like a noun.
Sometimes abbreviations can let you know a lot about someone’s background and lifestyle. If they occasionally indulge in recreational drugs, they will let you know by putting a 420 somewhere in their description.
True Dater.com, which was launched in California earlier this year, claims to attract hundreds of thousands of US visitors a month.
And now its founders are making eyes at the British singles market.
The service, which provides feedback on users from a number of major dating sites, promises to end situations where personal profiles such as "40, sensitive, looking for TLC [tender loving care]" translates as "pushing 50, fat, looking for easy sex".
Visitors can post feedback on individuals registered on other sites.