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Words to describe your significant other

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The term significant other is a general term that refers to a person you are romantically involved with. In order to be considered your significant other, the person has to be someone you are in a serious relationship with. Do you know these other words to speak about your significant other?

Crush If you have a crush on someone, that means that you are very attracted to them but you are not in a relationship with them. A “crush” can be a thing that you have and it can also be the noun used to describe someone that you have a crush on.

Date

Date “Going on a date” means spending time with someone that you are romantically interested in. Your “date” is the person that you are going on a date with.

Boyfriend

Boyfriend “Boyfriend” is the word that describes someone that you are dating who is male.

Girlfriend

Fiancé
  If you are planning on marrying someone,

Fiancé If you are planning on marrying someone, “fiancé” is the word used to describe that person if he is a man.

Fiancée If you are planning on marrying someone, “fiancé” is the word used to describe that person if she is a woman.

Partner
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Partner Your “partner” is a person you are in a romantic relationship with. That person can be called a partner whether they are male or female.

Husband
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Husband The man that you are married to is called your husband.

Wife The woman that you are married to is called your wife.

Better half or other half
  Sometimes, people use

Better half or other half Sometimes, people use the expression “better half” or “other half” to describe their husband or wife.

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Go for a coffee To “go for a coffee” means to go to a restaurant or café and have a drink, usually coffee, and perhaps a snack together.

Go for a drink To “go for a drink” means to go to a bar and drink alcohol and spend time together.

Grab a bite to eat To “grab a bite to eat” means to eat a quick and casual meal together.

Go for a meal To “go for a meal” means to eat together at a restaurant.

Go out to eat To “go out to eat” means to eat a meal together at a restaurant.

Eat out To “eat out” means to eat a meal in a restaurant together.

Catch a movie To “catch a movie” means to go to a movie theater together to watch a movie.

Check out a museum To “check out a museum” means to visit a museum together.

Celebrate an anniversary An “anniversary” is the day and month that is the exact day and month of a special event, such as the day two people got married. So to “celebrate an anniversary” means to do something special because it is an anniversary, such as to eat a meal at a special restaurant.

Dating Profile Headline Examples

Again, if you want to find the easiest way to write a perfect dating profile headline, check out our complete guide on how to write an online dating profile (it’s free), where we have a formula for knocking the headline out of the park!

The only goal of your dating profile headline is to get enough interest for the man or woman to click on your profile to read more. A lot of people tend to overthink it. If it gets the clicks to your profile (from the right people), it’s a winner.

Here are some great online dating profile headline examples.

  1. Music Lover Looking to Write the Next Verse
  2. Me + You +… JK, You Don’t Have to Do Any Math to Send Me a Message!
  3. Gamer Chick Hitting Restart and Looking for a High Score in Co-Op Mode
  4. Country Girl Who Loves to Get Down on the Farm
  5. Fitness Lover Looking to Find My Swole Mate
  6. Tired of Online Dating? Let’s Be Each Other’s Reason for Signing Off
  7. World Traveler Looking for a Lady Who Likes to Explore
  8. Math Nerd Looking for Someone to Add to My Life and Multiply the Fun
  9. Life is Great, But Maybe It Can Be Better With You?
  10. Hopeless Romantic? Nope. HOPEFUL Romantic Positively Searching for My Match!
  11. We’ll Never Know If We’re a Great Match Unless You Click that Message Me Button
  12. Fun and Adventurous Guy: Take a Chance and Send Me a Message!
  13. Art-Loving Women: Let’s Paint a Picture of Life Together
  14. Book Worm Looking to Write the Next Chapter
  15. Movie Lover Looking for My Co-Star for a Real Life Romantic Comedy
  16. Man Who Loves the Outdoors and Hiking: Let’s Build a Path Together
  17. Fun and Quirky Lady Who Can Definitely Promise You Laughs
  18. Proud Dog Mom Looking for a Partner In Crime
  19. Casting Call for Movie Buffs! Send Me Your Favorite Movie Quote
  20. You Can’t Spell ‘Online Dating’ Without a Bunch of Different Letters
  21. Quirky Women Looking for the Mashed to My Potatoes
  22. Accomplished Man Who’s More Fun Than a 200 Foot Water Slide

Where can you use these dating site headlines? Anywhere. They’re great for any app, as long as you have the room to fit them in. You can use them as POF headlines, Match.com headlines, or with any of the best dating apps out there.

500 Character Or Less Dating Profile Examples

This character limit is perfect for apps like Tinder, or on sites like Match.com or PlentyOfFish if you want to keep your profile short and sweet.

The same rules apply as in the other good dating profile examples for guys you’ve seen.

Highlight a couple of your most compelling traits…

The Goal of Your Dating Profile Sections

As you can see in these dating profile examples, everything is fairly short and simple. Here’s why. The goal is not to tell someone everything about you or everything you’re looking for. The goal is to get to the conversation part of the process where you can start to get to know each other.

  1. The goal of the dating profile headline is to get them to click on your profile to read your About Me section.
  2. Once you get them to your About Me section, the only goal is to get them interested and informed enough to send you a message.
  3. From there, it’s just a conversation to start to see if they’re someone you might be interested in getting to know more ?

Written By: Jason Lee Jason Lee is a data analyst with a passion for studying online dating, relationships, personal growth, healthcare, and finance. In 2008, Jason earned a Bachelors of Science from the University of Florida, where he studied business and finance and taught interpersonal communication. His work has been featured in the likes of The USA Today, MSN, The Motley Fool, Net Health, and The Simple Dollar. As a business owner, relationship strategist, dating coach, and officer in the U.S. military, Jason enjoys sharing his unique knowledge base with the rest of the world.

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