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It may be tempting to make your code words sound awesome or sexy and catchy, like "apple bottoms" or "silver tongue", but unfortunately, this type of code is the most likely to backfire. Anything that sounds awesome and catchy will look like a band name or a clothing brand.
The code should be lame, signifying nothing.
Q1: eHarmony doesn't allow me to type in anything for my own profile. How can I sneak a code into my profile when I'm not writing a profile?
A1: Sneak it into one of your photographs. This will probably be a pain, but if you can write a nonsense message into your photo background. "TERSE GREEN ANTLERS" in lipstick on the mirror behind you, standing next to a "CORN GOD" sign, or holding up two jars with labels that don't make sense when read together.
You could also take a picture next to a bus, and use the number on the bus license plate as your email code.
You may be able to get the message across. If potential mates can figure out that you are trying to send a secret message, maybe they will find your email address here.
Q2. What if a jerk gets my email address?
A2: Well, a stranger could definitely get your email if you use this system. Use a non-permanent email addresses or ignore unwanted messages.
Q3. Does the code translate into an email address through letter substitution?
Q8. Where did you get this idea?
Q9. This is dishonest. You are creating a scheme to circumvent legitimate
Q10. Won't this violate the terms of service on the dating site?
A10. Some of the sites, such as Match.com, specifically prohibit email
addresses and telephone numbers, but other information, such as the color of
their house, or their occupation is not prohibited. I believe that these
codes fall into the "other information" category.
A11.The email addresses aren't on a web page, unless you search for one with a concealer code.
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