The weather also plays a factor: It is "cuffing season," after all, the time of year when humans are more apt to want to stay in and cuddle up.
Play it cool: People tend to word-vomit exactly what they're looking for in their bios: a life partner or someone to cuddle with at night.
"If they say they're a foodie, hit them with 'so I see you're a foodie, what's the best Mexican restaurant in town? Give them something to work with: Starting a conversation with a question works best. ," which puts the pressure on the other person to come up with something to talk about.
Encourage a match to answer by feeding them material."You can say something like 'Katy Perry or Taylor Swift?
(44%) lie on their profiles, according to a survey by global research company Opinion Matters.
Grindr, for gay men, often showcases six-pack abs instead of faces and members of Beautiful People.com, a U.
They are encouraging members to pay more to give their profiles a boost. Dandy, a free app for gay men that works like Tinder and launches on Tuesday, has similar “boost” feature for 99 cents, giving it priority in online searches.