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The Animal Lover is perhaps the most confusing of all Tinder types.
Sometimes you see a cute dog pic and your instinct is to swipe right imeeds. You're drunk** of a man's back as he admires a scenic overlook; view of a man surfing from 3 blocks away; group shot taken with more than one person, or worse, multiple group shots; selfie taken in the dead of night. But if there is no photo of the man whatsoever, take that square, drag it to the left, and let's never talk about it again.
They’ll write anything women want to hear on their profile.’ She admits she found internet dating addictive.‘It’s exciting when you get an email in the morning that says you’ve had 20 views. Unfortunately, you then look at who’s shown interest and your heart sinks.
Mid-squat at his local crossfit; climbing a rope wall while participating in a mud run; flexing his muscles in a mirror; standing in front of a juicer, liquefying some produce he jogged to the farmer's market for. Seeking the same fit girl to live this fit lifestyle. Worldly, kind-hearted, confident, humble, perhaps he is holding a family of kittens he just rescued out of a gutter, or better yet, a block of cheese. The Perfect Man is 6'3" but he won't tell you that because he wants a girl to love him for him.
Sometimes Vegan, depending on where the moon is in its cycle. "Just moved here from Europe, and would love someone to explore the city with.
I've crunched the numbers (numbers = smoked almonds), and come up with this informative Tinder guide for you ladies wading into the digital dating poo.
But after using the app for so long, I've also noticed certain patterns in the way men present themselves via their Tinder profiles.