By combining 2 words that represent different parts of your personality, you can come up with lots of great online dating names. You’ve mentioned it a couple of times in your profile, and you have a few photos of you on the slopes. This requires a pretty solid grasp of the current narratives circulating right now. The trick is taking this widely recognized phrase, and tailoring it to your specific trait/talent/feature that you wish to highlight. When people come across a good one, they think, “, clever.
You could go with something like “Keep Calm Board On”. It also calls attention to the desired trait/talent/feature. The “Pun” angle requires wit to be able to pull off a slick, undercover pun that’s not eye-roll inducing.
1) Pick a mature (not silly or arrogant) screen name.
Big Mikey9inch may sound clever to you, but chances are Sweet Jen28 will want nothing to do with a guy who feels the need to "advertise" (particularly when you're probably closer to Not So Big Mikey4inch).
Have fun with your screen name, but avoid being vulgar or cocky.
Stay away from names that denote wealth or immaturity. Craig Wax, senior vice president at Match.com, recommends "coming up with a name that gives an indication of what you are all about.So, for instance, if you like to ski and like to cook, your user name could be Skiing Chef.Right off the bat, you get a sense of what this person is all about." Keep in mind that this is a name that might stick as a nickname, too, so nix options like Baddabing or Teddy Bear Boy.2) Use a high-quality photo. Think about the kinds of names on dating sites that catch your attention most often. Those that strike you with their sheer wit and cleverness. If your profiles are your “story,” then the best online dating names are the “hook” that ties-in to your narrative.They subtly seduce you, tease you…dare you…to keep reading.