After I got my heart broken one too many times, I decided to join good ole Tinder. After days and weeks of swiping, I finally started chatting with a very handsome guy who just so happened to be from my hometown. Since we were miles and miles away from there, it was a nice change and made me feel at home. So when he asked if we could meet up that weekend, it was hard to say no.
This is what happens when you don’t listen to your friends people…take it from me! Dame Dessa had it all spelled out in Five Terrible Tinder Cliches to Avoid but did I listen when Mr. Ab-licious asked me out? Nooooooo. That would be too easy. It wasn’t enough that his profile clearly stated he was a workout-maniac, much unlike myself, but he proceeded to send me ab and nearly naked self photos on the days leading up to our big date. Did I pay attention to any of those red flags? Of course not.
Oh, Tinder! We all know and love it (sometimes) but those of us over here at Down 2 Date are tired of seeing some cliché, silly Tinder bios. If it doesn’t really tell us much about you, leave it off. Most people seem to have missed that memo and we’re here to help! We’ve combined our brains — and asked for outsider’s opinions — to come up with a list of all the bad Tinder bios we see regularly.
Happy Tinder Tuesday! Today we’re focusing on how Tinder broadens your dating horizons in a number of ways. It opens up the opportunity for you to meet a plethora of fine women and men but it also allows you to potentially fall victim to scams (and we’re not talking sociopath scams).
Happy Tinder Tuesday! Reader Marsha sent us a story from Tinder that we couldn’t make up if we tried!
Some guys aren’t on Tinder for sex…but then again, some are. We encountered a Tinder user that found a girl who was more interested in sex than he was.