A fit, fashionable, heroic guy who likes to cook? Although liking Kesha automatically gives you major brownie points for seeming fun, there was an epidemic that took over Tinder a while ago where 95 percent of females' profiles featured this quote. Also, great job on the spacing!
Got no game on Tinder? The fact that you like to heartlessly judge people's appearances in your free time makes you seem like an awful human being. Think of Tinder as being solicited by a telemarketer. They disappeared one night a few years ago.
- Using these examples as guidelines, any man should be able to come up with a brief synapses that attractively portrays who he is.
Unlike most of the major dating apps you'll find in the App Store, Tinder has a reputation of being more for hooking up rather than legitimate dating. However, the ridiculously high number of fake female profiles on Tinder has caused men to look at profiles through a microscope in hopes of determining whether they're real or fake. For the women who still hope they will meet a guy on Tinder who can meet their high standards, these are the things to leave out of your profile to avoid being swiped to oblivion by your Prince Charming: 1. What an awful first impression. If there's one thing you should know, it's yourself. If you're unable to come up with one decent sentence about yourself, then how will you keep me entertained on our first date? And I'm not going to risk that torture. Demanding that men swipe left for dumb reasons. If you can't handle that, swipe left. Independence is actually pretty ideal, but you just made yourself sound stupid. If you were Beyoncé, this would be a different story. Although liking Kesha automatically gives you major brownie points for seeming fun, there was an epidemic that took over Tinder a while ago where 95 percent of females' profiles featured this quote. And it's going to take way too much effort trying to catch you up. But if you make it impossible to narrow down which one you are out of your plethora of group photos, I'm going to assume you're either trying to trick me into swiping right, or everything we end up doing will involve your friends. And I don't have the patience or sexual capacity for that. Do you think I set it that way so some underaged girl can try to pull a quick one on me? I don't care if you feel mature for your age. No, I won't buy you and your friends a handle of Pink Lemonade Burnett's. You mentioning how you're disgusted with yourself for being on Tinder doesn't exactly make me feel warm and jolly about being on Tinder, either. Having sassy height requirements. You're the perfect height for 80 percent of American males, yet you demand on looking like Smurfette next to Andre the Giant. The fact that you have your standards hammered down to an exact inch makes me feel like you're extremely shallow. Well, that's no way to find something serious. The fact that you like to heartlessly judge people's appearances in your free time makes you seem like an awful human being. No punchline in this one. All of your pictures are taken at a funky angle. Men want to see a variety of pictures. We don't want to see five pictures of you holding the camera way above your head, angled downward. We couldn't care less about your pouty face and disgusting bathroom sink in the background. If all of your pictures are very similar, I assume you only look good when photographed from that angle and making that expression. Who cares if that's not actually the case, I'll never know otherwise because you did a horrible job of marketing yourself. And that's what we're really doing on this app, isn't it? Not smiling in any pictures. You're looking for someone to bring home to your parents, right? Well, men are doing the same. Just like how you hopefully wouldn't be swiping right on a guy who scowls and pouts in all of his pictures, men don't want a girl who seems incapable of showing joy, either. Men want to see your smile because it's the expression we want to be causing you to make. I don't care if making a duck face accentuates your cheek bones. Do you want to find a respectable guy? Then have some respect for yourself. Don't have half-naked pictures of yourself in your profile. To specify, don't have intentionally promiscuous, half-naked pictures of yourself. Go ahead and post your beach pictures don't get carried away... Keep up the good work. What I'm talking about are pictures that most women would only send to someone they trust. Yes, you'll get a ton of right swipes because of those pictures, but the guys swiping right on those are the same guys you're constantly complaining about. I love how open you're attempting to seem, but this leaves me and all other men with nothing to work with. Think of Tinder as being solicited by a telemarketer. When they call you, you don't know them. They have a reason to call. So, give me a reason to message you. I don't know anything about you, remember? Writing no bio at all. This is literally the worst thing you can do. You should go and love yourself. But come on, ladies. You only have a few seconds at best to catch someone's attention on Tinder. Why would you waste those precious seconds doing any of the things listed above? Well, let me tell you. Schmidt and all other respectable men, for that matter want someone who's engaging and entertaining. Yes, guys will flock to you on Tinder, regardless. But if you want the right guy calling your name, do us all a favor and avoid doing these 13 things. You'll thank me later.