Seek and Find

A fictional online dating profile

Martha Lueck


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This story format is a little different from what I’m used to writing. In the past, I used online dating apps, even when they seemed pointless. But at some point, I thought…Why not? You never know what can happen.

I’m not interested in returning to online dating sites for a long time. But I wanted to write a fictional story about a woman who decided to give one of them a try. This is a profile about a (possibly) “too” honest dating app user on a fictional site called “Seek and Find.”


Name: Stacey

Age: 30

Education: Some College

Height: 5 feet, 4 inches

Body type: Athletic

Location: Brooklyn, New York

Occupation(s): Bartender and Hairdresser

Income: $38,000/year

Political view: Moderate

Religion: Not sure

Interests: Reading, hiking, snowboarding, comedies, music, shopping, amusement parks, eating, and hanging out with friends/family

Looking for: Friendship, short/long-term relationship, something serious


Hello! My name’s Stacey. I’m on this dating site because I just haven’t found “the one” yet. So after a lot of hesitation, I’m giving online dating a try.

You’re probably looking for fun facts with positive attributes. Save the in-depth, serious stuff for later. But I’m an open book, all-cards-on-the-table type of girl. So here goes…

I’ve been a bartender and a hair stylist for 7 years. The truth is, I hate both of those jobs. The bar is packed with perverts, and people are rarely satisfied with their drinks. Also, I have lost interest in superficial conversations and drinking alcohol.

At the hair salon, people barely tip. I used to love styling hair for school dances and weddings. But after the pandemic, people have been getting more critical of my work. My boss thinks I do a great job, but the customers disagree.

You’re probably wondering why I haven’t quit my jobs and found a full-time one. I was studying…



Martha Lueck

Published author | Freelance blogger for | Passionate about mental health and Jesus |