Great Answer Examples
So you’ve read some of our excellent About Me’s. Now we’ve got a question for you… How do you write great answers in the Q&A section of your profile? Here are some examples of some intriguing answers we’ve found on the site, for some inspiration…
What do you like to do for fun?
Avoid cliched answers to questions! I will try and do most things with an open mind and in good spirit.
What is your favourite meal?
Has to be a ruby. More than partial to Italian and the obligatory KFC.
If you won the lottery what would you buy first?
This is a question for dreamers. I hope by meeting Miss right I win the lottery of love. (Sickly but I couldn’t resist) …
What is the most embarrassing thing you’re willing to admit?
Going for a job interview some time ago now. Really keen to impress, all seemed to be going well. Job was for a European Logistics Manager, the irony, once I finished the intense process I did the firm handshake and set off on my merry way. The only problem is I walked straight into their broom cupboard. European Logistics Manager? Couldn’t even negotiate the broom cupboard on the second floor let alone Europe.
Thumbs up because:
He adds humour and personality into every question. He doesn’t do one word answers, he elaborates as if he’s making conversation. He comes across as light-heated. We like how he made his lottery answer relevant to dating and finding love. Very creative!
What is your favourite place in the world to visit?
Probably France. Visited Brittany and Normandy many times. Love the chilled out and basic way the French live. So healthy and relaxing. Then in contrast I love going to Liverpool, love the cavern and the Beatles and love listening to live music.
What is the scariest thing you’ve ever done?
Stopped in an old French site in Brittany which had lots of spooky goings on throughout the holiday. Doors opening, bottles flying, footsteps on the staircase in the middle of the night, all the kitchen cupboard doors opening, very Ssssscary !!!
What would you do on a perfect Sunday?
Lazing next to a river with a picnic, drinks, good company, good friends… As long as the sun is shining. If the weather is bad then a visit to a nice pub for a Sunday dinner or perhaps just a relaxing cosy afternoon in.
Thumbs up because:
They are detailed answers. Each one tells a story and paints a picture of her character. Instead of simply replying ‘France’ as her favourite place, she explains which specific part she likes and why. Her scary story is intriguing and would provide the perfect opportunity for people to message her, intrigued to know more about it.
Hopefully this has inspired you to take a look at your own answers on your profile!
Until next time,
The Just Singles Team