She’ll feel appreciated, plus the eye contact will work double duty, making her feel more bonded with you.
YOU.), you'll need to rely on more than 'Hey' and your pictures to win us over." - Tanner A. "Stop dying—I don’t mean literally dying (I don’t think)… There’s been a few guys who I think I’ve killed off (RIP Niels). "I don't need you to text me after our date asking if I got home safely. So, even though I'm a pretty chill girl with minimal ‘drama’ as it were, I'm going to self-select my way away from your profile.” - Kami S. If it's a game to you, have at it, but remember that the girl always wins.” - Meredith B.
But beware: "Women are visual and will swipe left if your photo is a turn off,” says online dating expert Julie Spira. Take it from Rosette Pambakian, Tinder’s VP of Global Communications & Branding and a Tinder user herself.
“Posting photos of you with sunglasses says you’re hiding something. Posting photos of a gorilla may be funny to you, but does she really want to kiss that furry animal? “Never, ever skip the bio section,” says Pambakian.
We chatted with 15 women with one thing in common: an array of pet peeves about the things guys are doing on Tinder that turn them off.
If I still don't respond the second time, I'm still not interested.