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Dating: How To Lose A Girl In 3 Secs

Men and women are very different when dating; from their way of thinking to them process their thoughts. But, there is also a common denominator that connects them both. Their pursuit to not be alone.

These days, if you’re single, your most likely going to be on a dating app. Dating apps are a great way to meet a lot of people, that you usually would never give the time and day to. But, let’s put that aside for a moment and focus on why you are on a dating app.

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  • I think that tinder, match, and all of the other apps, should have your article as a first read requirement when starting their profile page. Ppl need to read this. I also feel like, if they don’t want to pay you for the use of the article. … and they should, then the app monitor should at least prevent Ppl from posting too close, too far away, pet, multiple ppl, half naked, sunglasses, profile/side view, and scenery pics. It should be blocked. I also feel like it should be a requirement to write at least 5 sentences on what the person is like and looking for. I mean to not post comments about himself is just really lazy. To not include the type of work he is in is pathetic. Nothing to do with being a gold digger, I enjoy making my own money. But I would like to know that he also has a career; and if he can’t tell me what type of work he does, then why is he even on the app suggesting that he wants to meet and get to know someone. I’ve seen pages where he doesn’t mention it at all, it says manager, or it says work at mind your own business. That’s just dumb.

    • Sime, thanks for your feedback. You have some very valid points. Everyone is growing at their own pace, there is no right or wrong. It’s important to know who you are, love yourself and only then will you be able to shine out more on apps likes these and even in face to face meetings (I’m talking about both Men and Women here). The technology is great, it just gets abused a lot to entertain people’s fears about themselves and their insecurities. Don’t forget to subscribe to our newsletter! 🙂

    • If I see another toilet in the background on tinder I’m going to start swiping right on all of them just to say phone a friend man. Someone will take your picture. Also, I have now added the first line of my profile to say… “why are your photos blurry?” Stop posting photos from 2004. We know you were hot back then, we all were. Agree… your article needs to be on the sign up page.

  • I agree, especially about a few honest words in the comment section. If a guy doesn’t have anything written, I just assume he is after only sex. I never have swiped right on a profile with no comments, no matter how gorgeous he is.

  • Oh how I wish almost every man on Tinder would read this article and live by it. It would make the Tinder experience sooo much better. Thank you for writing it.

  • Tinder is borderline a scam for average looking men. I suspect their ranking system is purposely written to keep free/ unboosted matches to a minimum by holding back the girls that liked your profile until you’ve paid for an upgrade and used a boost. As I only ever got matches when using a boost. I wouldn’t be surprised if other apps do the same.

  • Tinder is borderline a scam for average looking men. I suspect their ranking system is purposely written to keep free/ unboosted matches to a minimum by holding back the girls that liked your profile until you’ve paid for an upgrade and used a boost. As I only ever got matches when using a boost. I wouldn’t be surprised if other apps do the same.

  • Tinder is borderline a scam for average looking men. I suspect their ranking system is purposely written to keep free/ unboosted matches to a minimum by holding back the girls that liked your profile until you’ve paid for an upgrade and used a boost. As I only ever got matches when using a boost. I wouldn’t be surprised if other apps do the same.

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