Dear Tinder Guys
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Dear Tinder Guys

What every guy should keep in mind when creating dating profiles

Dear Tinder Guys

1. Do not use pictures from years ago. We WILL creep and see that, that was your only good picture in the past 4 years.

2. Do not wear sunglasses in all your pics, once we see your eyes. You look like a different person. 😳

3. Do not post pics with another provocative girl, it's just unattractive and shows us what we have to look forward too.

4. Do not post pics with multiple hot guys. Once we realize it's cause you are the ugly friend, it's end game.

5. Do not use dogs (or other animals) as your cover photo. Every girl knows when they see a dog first, it was because you don't consider yourself attractive enough to use your own photo to reel a girl in. If I was in the market for a new pet, I would have gone to the pet store...

6. Stop posting pictures with little children that are your relatives just to post in your bio "not my kid". We don't need to see you "like kids". We can find that out on our own.

7. If you only show the back of your head or only slight 'side face' shots from super far away, we are gonna assume the worst. TRY HARDER.

8. Quit posting up close pics of just you and a female. We are tired of having to decipher if it's your sister or your ex girlfriend.

9. As if the sunglasses thing wasn't enough, we have to deal with hats also. Fellas, take off the hats! We need to see what your hair looks like and if you even have any.. are you trying to hide a receding hair line??

10. Lastly can we please address the guys that feel the need to add 0 pictures of themselves.. Do you really expect a girl to swipe right on your non-existent avatar photo or a photo of a meme that we don't even find remotely funny?

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