You downloaded Tinder on a whim to see what the fuss is all about. You’re generally unimpressed, but still pick up your phone to swipe from time to time. Your profile has a flattering picture or two, but little to no text. You don’t believe in dating apps and much prefer face-to-face interaction. However, rather than delete the app all together, you’ve left it on the third page of your phone for the next rainy day that’s left you a little antsy.
You downloaded Tinder on a dare or because your friends told you to…or at least, that’s what you say. Your profile includes self-aware clichés and maybe even something about loving fitness. You’re not looking for anything serious. You may even say that you’re not looking for anything at all, yet you still haven’t managed to delete the app. Maybe it’s curiosity. Maybe it’s FOMO. Or maybe it’s a secret hope of finding the unexpected. Either way, you’re not trying to let anyone on.
You know you won’t find your soulmate on the app, but you don’t see the point of ruining any fun to be had. At first glance your profile seems to contain a random list of cute animals and food obsessions, but to the keen eye there lie little crumbs of who you are. You don’t really expect anyone to pick them up and read into you, but the possibility is enough for you to keep your profile. And for the lucky few who crack your mysterious code, you may send them a message back with a playful emoji or two.
You’re pretty straight-forward in your profile and outline exactly what you want from your potential lovers. You have a few flattering photos that show off your best features. Your bio talks a big game and so do you in your inbox, but your follow-through game could use a little work. You find that hookups are easier said than done.
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