It may be true that your interests are 69, anal, ass, bikini babes, masturbating, porn, vaginas and the beach.But only one of those things should be listed on your internet dating profile.

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So, welcome to Internet Dating Bootcamp, where I'll teach you how to trick unsuspecting users into thinking you’re actually cool and normal. You need to be you in your online dating profile, but the process of creating one is a good time to think about what kindergarten teachers call “being your best self at school.” If you’re attracted to Type-A go-getter types who get up at 6am to exercise, emphasize your similar love of hard work. Want someone who shares your taste for obscure French films? No, not everyone wants to date a carbon copy of themselves, but most of us want to be with someone with some overlapping interests.

If you like low-key creative types, share what it is you make. Put forward the version of yourself that’s most attractive to the person you’re trying to see naked.

If you really won’t date someone your own age (or a few years older or younger), ask yourself what’s going on when you, a 35-year-old grown-ass man, feel like you would have more in common with a woman who just reached legal drinking age than with a woman two years your senior, who is much more likely to be in a similar place career- and experience-wise.

And why do you, a 23-year-old, want to date someone who could technically be your father if 16 & Pregnant had existed in the 70s? And also realize that while relationships with large age differences can of course be happy and successful, there is usually something wrong with a person who refuses to engage romantically with anyone in their peer group, and instead seeks out a relationship that will involve serious differences in experience and power.

The shocking moment a wheelchair-bound man claiming to be a former soldier launched into a racist tirade against a New Yorker for speaking Spanish to his mother has been captured on camera.

Hector Torres, a 44-year-old from Brooklyn, was waiting for a flight in Reno Airport in Nevada when he was speaking to his mother on the phone.

A man caught up in the Las Vegas gunfire was desperately trying to decide if he should jump out of his wheelchair and take cover when a brave nurse came to his rescue.

Lorisa Loy, who works as an ICU nurse in Las Vegas, sprang into action when the gunman unleashed a barrage of bullets on the crowd of country music fans on Sunday night.

She was captured in a now-viral photo pushing George Cook in his wheelchair while they tried to flee the danger zone as hundreds of bullets darted past them. Loy, who was at the concert with her daughter Meghan, suffered a severely sprained ankle as thousands tried to escape the horror.

With injured people and debris covering the ground, Cook - who lives in San Francisco with his two children aged 11 and 13 - said he was struggling to work out how he could escape in his wheelchair.'Do I get on the ground? Despite the pain, she saw her daughter trying to push Cook's wheelchair and decided to take over so Meghan could run.

Don’t be the guy who every girl is like, “There’s something wrong with that guy.” Yes, we’ve all been burned while dating, and we all have loooooong lists of things we don’t want in a partner.