I wrote a pleasing lil’ blog about Tinder – some-more specifically, what creates women appropriate right on a profile.
We took divided the ‘because we wanted to dry-hump my iPhone when we saw his photo’ option (and clean it) and asked what form qualities – other than super-hotness – would amply pierce the ladies to crack east.
What creates women appropriate right on Tinder profiles? 10 ladies tell us
Today I’m asking men the same question: Cuteness aside, what creates you feel a Tinder form is Right? So women can know what goes on in your heads. Good luck, everyone.
Will, 45, from north London:
As prolonged as the lady isn’t my mum, it’s melons.
Nah. Seriously, they’re not that important. Though we do like them…
Personality is some-more important. I’ve been out with women of all shapes and sizes – but we’ve always got on first. Bit of a cliche but true!
Getting on does it for Charlie, 36, from Bournemouth, too. (Interests, we meant – not being 102. Am certain that’s a whole conflicting site…)
Their music and film tastes. Their interests. Yes, since we competence have something in common – but also if her tastes are sh*te – like Take That or Dirty Dancing – then avoid. Potential calamity partner.
If she likes something a little conflicting from the norm, we like that.
If her children are her only interests – if she puts ‘my children are my world’ – we find that off-putting.’
Interests seductiveness John, 34, from Milton Keynes, too.
I would appropriate right if they showed a clarity of having interests. A pretty identical ambience in music, fondness some of the same bands.
Liking cabaret, is cold since we’ll have something in common to discuss about.
But the interests don’t have to be identical to my own – just that they go over the common ‘shopping and going out for drinks’.
It’s that someone who ‘likes going out, but also staying in’ thing. Basically you like ‘doing things’. we have grown an surprising dislike to ‘I like going out, but also staying in’.
If Christina Hendricks is on Tinder and says that, I’m going to float over a left swipe.
Beyond the stereotypical online cliches is very cool. For me, if they show a slant for anything nerdy or creative, then I’m interested.
‘You like dinosaurs and animation? Well f*** me, that’s interesting!’
And if they’ve managed to show a good clarity of humour in the bio, it’s like the Holy Grail. And something I’ve not managed to do. But if they do, then I’m swiping right.
An present left appropriate for me is someone who wants to be treated like a princess. Just gives me an scary feeling that they may be materialistic. But maybe that’s just me. Yes, some profiles do contend that. More than I’d caring to count.
Basically, for me, if a bio shows something a bit different, and it was worth me reading it, then since the ruin not?
My many fun dates have been with people who had an engaging bio and I’m still friends with a few of them. This competence all be a bit too much to ask for, generally in a visible medium, but that is the things I’m looking for.
Robin, 40, from Colchester has a smaller list.
I’ll appropriate right if they demeanour like a laugh.
If they’re smiling and joking around in their photos, and not pouting and trying to demeanour sexy, contingency are they’ll be fun.
And Dave? Dave, 31 from Liverpool, what creates you swright? (That didn’t work.)
If there’s a picture of them with a dog, we appropriate right if we like the dog. And we tend to always like the dog.
I also tend to appropriate right on anyone who has a bucket of tattoos on show. It’s zero we can put my finger on [!] – I’m just captivated to them. It shows a turn of body-confidence maybe?
And we always appropriate right on people on snowboards in their photos since we did it for a while. A common belligerent thing, we guess.
To be honest, we consider men’s default environment is to appropriate right, anyway. They’re looking for a vivid reason to appropriate left. Whereas it seems to be the conflicting for women. #NotAllWomen, of course.
Oh that’s interesting. So does that meant men (some/most) are reduction picky? Or they’re just looking for reduction (sex over a long-term relationship) so there’s no need to be too choosy? And since women (possibly) are looking for more, women are some-more critical?
I consider it’s a bit of both. we consider for a lot of guys who nap with a lot of women, it’s a numbers game. They hit on loads of people – and just pierce on if they don’t get an present indicator.
I saw that pre-online dating and we consider Tinder is ideally matched for that arrange of approach.
More so as you never even need to feel the rejection. You just appropriate right on everybody and it eliminates loads of the effort.
But if a lady used Tinder like that, she’d have hundreds of matches to wade through. Whereas we was propitious to get two matches a week. Me! Imagine! Haha.
A crime against hotmanity!
So Tinder’s a numbers game? John from Milton Keynes again.
I don’t use it like that. But we suppose for women, Tinder is like opening Pandora’s Box – solely this box is full of dick pics and men wanting to know how big your titties are.
I’m anticipating someone who has finished their bio conflicting is also looking for someone who has finished the same – rather than trawling for shags.
I’m then anticipating they’ll take a possibility on the oddball into dinosaurs and pub quizzes and the date will be fun.