As Chiparoo wrote on Reddit, “Well he’s got MY attention.” For her profile picture, Becky chose a shot of her up to her neck in colorful plastic balls. Hilarious, with just a hint of innuendo, Becky definitely makes an impression on the singles of Tinder.
Under the About Becky section, she wrote simply, “I love balls.” Genius.
Then she explains in vivid detail what will happen if you don’t answer her texts.
“I will turn up to your house drunk at 3 o’clock in the morning crying and trying to break in.” Points for honesty?
He’s decked out in armor and has a long sword slung casually over his shoulder as he looks off to the side, as if to say, “I’m too cool to look directly at the camera.” Evidence suggests this type of photo is very attractive to online daters.
According to Ok Cupid’s data crunchers, “Men’s photos are most effective when they look away from the camera and don’t smile.” And then there’s his one-sentence About section: “I’m banking on your standards being a lot lower than mine.” Playful, self-deprecating, and original.
Some bored person on the web created a Zoosk profile for Superman. In the Story section, the comic book superhero explains, “Long story but let’s just say you better be ready for a love affair that’s out of this world.” Under movies, Superman writes, “Action. His perfect match has alliteration in her name, and his ideal date is anything not involving Kryptonite.
Rosefacekillahh, from Melbourne, Australia, warns online daters that she’s “not down to earth at all” in her Ok Cupid profile’s self-summary.
“I pull out a bag of marshmallows and I go, ‘No, I knew this was gonna happen.’ And then I kiss you.
In front of my burning car.” This imaginative profile, courtesy of Tumblr, entertains online daters with an amusing story. What works for one person can be taken too far by another.
Her About section is a little more informative, but not in the way most daters want. Hey, if you have a genuine six-pack (or the ability to photoshop one), Tinder users deserve to know.
“A little-known fact is that I cover 40% of Africa,” she wrote. The result is a comical portrayal of himself carrying puppies out of a burning animal shelter. What I enjoy most about Reid in this picture is his look of sincerity.