- Jul 21, 2019
Sure, but at a certain point it's depressingly common. At about 20 swipes a day, 30 days to a month, and can go up to 3 months without a single match, that's less than 1 in 2,000 people saying yes. For someone who considers himself reasonably 'ok' looking, those aren't great odds.Even if it is true that they decide against you just based on a photo, that says more about them than about you, surely?
People tell me I'm funny, but then again, I don't see Jerry Seinfeld making any married woman's "Free Pass" lists, if you get where I'm coming from.Are you funny? Are you good at flirting? There is a big difference between physical attractiveness and sex appeal.
Why are you on tinder? You don't seem like the superficial type so will the sort of woman you want to be with be on a site like that?
We can like it or not, but Tinder and the like are very much a 'default' form of dating for anyone born after 1987. Whilst it's not the only way I'm trying to meet people, obviously having access to a large volume of people should hypothetically increase chances of finding someone you like, or rather, someone who likes you.