LB's used Tinder everywhere from Los Angeles, to Nova Scotia, to Toronto, and never has a problem finding a date.
Yeah, most of this advice is going to be written by heteronormative guys, but much of it is universally applicable.
Sorry ladies, we don’t how you can avoid all the dick pics, either.
Photography on your phone is quick and easy, but it results in grainy, badly lit, often distorted images.
If they’re wearing stained sportsball T-shirts, I’m going to guess not. The same goes for stuff like rock climbing, skiing, and other fun activities. The entire idea here is to sell yourself as an interesting person, and a big part of that is being interesting beyond just your activities. With online dating generally being more difficult for men, imagine how boring you must look with a few blurry photos and some juvenile emojis. Most of these apps have very limited word counts, and writing for limited space can be hard. My full profile lists my job and age, then reads: “For work, I do dangerous stuff outdoors with my dog, then write about it.
Lindsay-Bea says: “Look at our selfies, we like attention to detail. It doesn’t matter how good looking you are, what’s the point of having nice things if you don’t make them look nice? Overcast conditions are best, providing an even, muted light that sculpts your features and captures your natural colors.
”Of course, using a real camera doesn’t guarantee good results. Go out on an overcast day and face the rough direction of the sun to take advantage of any shadows that could add definition to your jaw, or muscles, if you have those.
Mine is “Swipe right if you want some more action and adventure in your life.” I wanted to move the instruction up a bit, a camping trip is my go-to third date, and people are online dating because they’re bored. Give people a clear, appealing, and actionable message.
What’s something you can uniquely offer that other people, especially ones you hope might sleep with you, will want to do?