That we like to see a sense of humour on full display when we pick a new friend, or employee, or partner (business, personal, or otherwise). Ask yourself: what’s the purpose of your profile bio? That’s why you’ll see plenty of bios like: Digital marketer / Social media enthusiast / Founder at [business name] / Gonna name my first child Ron Swanson Or: I help companies recover lost time with streamlined and automated workflows. Other examples include writer Lindsay Grum, the Huffington Post, and blogger Sophie Lizard.
They enjoy a good knock-knock joke as much as the next guy or gal, but they believe your Twitter bio is not the place for it. Would you trust a doctor with the bio “Dead last in my class at the School of Doctors and Medicine in the Conestoga strip mall”, even if it was just a joke? It tends to work very well when it’s set up with a genuine bio to that point. Out of place, unexpected, or out of left field…all good.
The fact that she is not looking for commitment does not mean she would just settle for any dude with an available pecker.
You are are looking for something they might not really get in their normal lives.
They are looking for something different and exciting.
So try not to bore them like the people they would actually meet in real life.
Remember what the bio is there for in the first place. Bonus points if you can identify the type of humour each one is using.