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How To Make A Tinder Bio That'll Have People Sweatin'

How To Make A Tinder Bio That'll Have People Sweatin'

There's a fine art to the perfect Tinder bio but let's be honest: you wouldn't have clicked on this article if you had one. If you're sick of getting zero matches and feeling like a left-swipe loser, then you've come to the right place: we're gonna show you how to make a Tinder bio that'll have people sweatin' to be witcha.

First things first: you're gonna need a...


Here are some ideas:

  • Cars - all women love cars! It's a fact. Put one as your display photo and see the matches roll in

  • Group photos - who could swipe past a big photo of you and your gals/guys? No one worth your time

  • Gym selfies - treadmill, at the weights station, on a bench, but always in front of a mirror. You'll look fit and fun!

  • Duck face - male or female, you'll look like you have kissable lips and nothing else. It's one of the most attractive poses you can make
  • Covering your face - cover your face with your hand, a piece of paper, anything. Even consider cutting half of it off! Who needs to see exactly what you look like? Mystery is sexy.

  • Have the opposite sex in the photo with you - it'll make you look desirable af

  • Be really weird - it won't turn anyone off. It'll make people intrigued!
  • Use your dog to chat people up - it is a super cute way to get the conversation started!

Make it clear you have money - it's not showing off, it's being real. There's a difference.




Now for the most important part:

The actual bio

  • Tell everyone exactly what you want even if it's shallow!
  • Say you're in a relationship - you won't get hate, ever. And no one will think you're a piece of shit like this guy

  • Say you're not a douche - reverse psychology even if it is true

  • Talk about your ex - more mentions = more sympathy = more matches

  • Have a God complex - make people bow down to you because you deserve it!


Also read: Tinder Have Revealed The Names That Are Swiped Right The Most


Emma Greenbury
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Emma is an editor and writer from Brisbane, Australia and has been living in Dublin since September 2016 after she decided warm weather and beaches were overrated. She now wears three pairs of trousers every day and loves it.

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