Then we looked for adjectives that were often used together: did “romantic” lovers also tend to be “passionate”? In the picture below, adjectives that are placed close together are often used together.
The colored clusters of adjectives correspond to 5 types of lovers.
Cause Gandhi is cool and all, but I’m not sure me and Gandhi would make the best couple…” You see how one adjective like “smart” can dovetail in so many different ways. Or kind like you always shake hands with two hands instead of one? When you make effort to let people get a feeling for your true personality in a profile, more people will take more interest in you.
Or, if you’d like to convey that you are “artsy,” tell a story about how you built a cardboard house for your nephew’s birthday party that made him so happy that he cried…
Of course these stories have to be TRUE, but can you see how they are so much better than “I’m kind” “I’m artsy” “I like long walks on the beach”?
Using just your name implies that you didn't put a lot of thought into it; plus, it's generic.
Schreffler also advises against usernames that might make you look like a show-off. When in doubt, Schreffler says: "Choose one or two key facts [about yourself], and insert them into your headline.