Getting a Date On Tinder (With Screenshots)
Getting a date through Tinder requires the same three basic steps you would use to get a date with a girl you met in person: raising her buying temperature, determining logistics and setting the date.
Here’s an example:
Before certain affiliates of the republican party agreed to carry out the Watergate scandal, someone had proposed an idea to get a yacht, fill it with drugs and prostitutes and frame it to look like it belonged to the democrats.
That’s part of what made the Watergate plan attractive: it seemed much more realistic in comparison. And that’s roughly the psychology I apply to online dating.
I’ll start out creating some kind of elaborate story with the purpose of raising her buying temperature. After that I’ll mention a date, a much tamer and more realisitc suggestion.
(By the way, this particular girl had a picture of herself with a monkey on her profile).
She reacts positively when I mention a date, so I’m going to determine logistics by asking when she’s free. If she gives me some availability (as opposed to saying something along the lines of I don’t know, I’m really busy) then she’s probably serious about meeting in person.
From this point, it’s just a matter of setting up the date, time and place.
You should also get her phone number at some point. I chose not to ask for it until the end this time, but once you’ve cleared the raising buying temperature phase, you can safely ask for it at any point.
This particular example unfolded a little faster than a typical online dating interaction that ends in a date would, but the same basic steps apply: Raise buying temperature, determine logistics and set the date.
Here is another article related to the subject: https://www.tsbmag.com/2016/03/15/crush-it-on-tinder-with-this-screenshot-by-screenshot-guide/
About Luke Harold Luke Harold is a journalist who has written for publications including the Philadelphia Inquirer and Orange County Register.