I don’t suggest you plagiarize, but there is nothing wrong from getting inspiration from the other profiles’ usernames.
Your username in an online dating profile matters more than you might realize.
I confess I had no idea what “tossed salad” meant, but it turns out it meant something kinda kinky that did not convey what this gal intended.
I’ve had ever so many users come to me with usernames that either convey something totally off (wrong gender, for example) or just failed to help them stand out and shine.
However, as you watch comedies, or listen to comedians, or read a funny/interesting articles, keep your ears open to hear anything that might inspire you to come up with a great, catchy username. Look at other usernames on different dating profiles.
See which ones you like and which ones you think are bad, and that will help you figure out a better username for yourself.
Numbers = not remotely compelling, unless you manage to work the Fibonacci sequence in there and you’re an actual mathematician or something.
That would make them relevant and witty, and likely to stand out to similarly math-minded gals.
For personalized name suggestions, add some keywords that describe your character, hobbies or numbers.
To check availability on Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Youtube and other social networks, simply click on the name you like.
Your username, coupled with your profile picture, is the MOST visible thing in search results.
It’s the first thing potential dates see, and as this humorous article indicates, it makes a big impression (sometimes unintentionally).
Instead of struggling with how to start talking to you online, they can just begin by asking you what the story is behind your username.