about sharing Tinder has just revealed its 30 most right-swiped users in the UK. But it's a way of saying 'I'm slightly fun!
With openers ranging from 'how are you' to funny gifs Sandro, 34, favours a Joey Tribbiani gifthey're all surprisingly similar - and surprisingly ordinary. If you're not getting as many matches as you'd like, maybe a more stripped-back approach will transform your dating luck?
Plus, they're "a bit naff". Persia says that sending gifs is a very, very mild way of "trying to be kooky". Especially if you swipe on Charlotte, 21, whose opening line is always: "But do you have a puppy? But while the people in this list are all attractive, none of them are what Persia calls fkr level".
Not exactly. Just try a standard 'hey, how are you'.
But they're the most successful users among Tinder's millions of UK members, so maybe they're onto something about dating in ? People tend to be drawn to people they're attracted to, but they still feel like they're in their league.
:. They're annoying, "off-putting", an "instant swipe left," according to John, How exciting. Persia believes this is because Snapchat filters are so overtly fake, even though we all know people's 'natural' photos are often heavily edited too.
Originally published 4 April ltd I think it's a subconscious thing of it feeling safer, because there are some really weird things on the internet.