The first line of my Tinder bio says “I’m just using this app to kill time until Hilary Duff and I meet and fall in love at first sight.” Through trial and error, optimize your bio so that your matches can use almost anything in it to send you an opening message. Also, Notebook references tend to work well.
Mystery’s teachings are like the Old Testament; they were once believed to be sacred, but now many of them are called into question. However, his “cat-string theory” is worth internalizing. Instead of bestowing constant flattery upon women, teasing them the way you would your little sister can make you seem more engaging.
Another line in my Tinder bio says: “A lot of girls on here say they don’t like guys who play games, but, FYI, I love Operation. Sorry if that’s a deal breaker.”
Bonus points if your bio inspires pun-laden openers from your matches.
Surgeons don’t get as much respect as they used to. I blame Ben Carson.
So many women talk about how much they hate it when guys open with “hey what’s up” on Tinder, but women do that a lot too. If you’re on the receiving end of “hey what’s up”, send a response that opens up some more interesting threads of conversation.
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About Luke Harold
Luke Harold is a journalist who has written for publications including the Philadelphia Inquirer and Orange County Register.