Yeah, plenty of people are using Tinder to find love and marriage, but it’s still very much a “fuck yes or fuck no” culture that’s encouraged by its streamlined design.
Apps like Coffee Meets Bagel and How About We, on the other hand, tend to be slightly more thoughtful and slower paced while Bumble – where matches only get to message one another when the woman chooses to initiate – has a slightly more down-to-earth, looking-for-a-traditional-relationship feel.
This means that you want to make sure you look as good as possible in that first image.
But when it comes to apps like Tinder, you need to be aware about more than just how you look but how you come across.
“Pirates are inherently better than ninjas, yes or no? One line that’s been popular online has been “I need to know: how many dates does it take before it’s appropriate to go to Disneyland together?
Successfully pretending to be an adult; yeah, I’m gainfully employed, but I spend most of my meetings thinking about Batman. And, as with your profile pictures, you’re going to want to avoid some well-known Tinder bio cliches. You’re not a Pokémon; there’s more to you than height, weight, jobs and the fact that you like whiskey. So let’s talk about the number one biggest sin of Tinder users.