All of this is done discretely, secretly and in the comfort of your own home.
One of the biggest issues that she and her friends have with online dating isn’t so much the people they meet, but which site they meet them on.
You need to trawl through your photographic repertoire until you find a photo with the best lighting, the best angles, the best side. Rule number one: Your bio should be short and sweet. No one wants to think you're the kind of guy who tucks himself into bed on a Thursday night and spends an hour writing a Tinder personal statement whilst sipping a green tea and listening to Einaudi. By all means do spend an entire Thursday evening in bed writing the damn thing, just don't make it look like you did. Your name, age and distance are already listed, and that's all you need.
or those of you still struggling with Tinder's main aim, finding love and sex, here are some top tips for kickstarting a fruitful conversation.
To snare your perfect Tinder date, you need to sell yourself correctly. You want to be the kind of guy who whizzes off two funny, charismatic sentences about himself whilst walking from the gym to their car.
Any bio that states your job, height, university, address and siblings is an immediate turn-off.
Your date wants to get to know you at their leisure, not read what effectively sounds like a background check compiled by a paranoid bot. That means no chat-up lines, no jokes so wet you could wring them like a sponge, and no over-complicated puns. "Dog lover and kitten lover" might make girls want to BFF you, but they won't want to go on a date with you. "Lover of hugs and Sunday snuggles" might make someone deliver a bucket of sick to your front door.