[Read: 14 important do’s and don’ts of online dating] The worst things Tinder users have to put up with We’ve reached out to some Tinder users and zeroed in on some of the most common dating mishaps that come from using this sexy app to help you be more cautious in the future. Tinder was initially designed–and certainly maintains the reputation–as a hookup app.
If you’re looking to use Tinder to meet your forever love, your best bet is to make your intentions clear to your date before you actually hook up! According to Wired.com, as of May 2015, the estimated number of SINGLE Tinder users was a mere 54%!
There’s a huge possibility that they use that photo because it’s the only nice photo they have.
It’s highly likely that they no longer look like that, but they’re probably just insecure about the way they look now.
The internet gives everybody the freedom to say whatever they want without being held accountable. As impressive as your life is, there will be someone nicer, smarter, more attractive and more successful than you on a dating site. In order to up their game, people tend to lie about their appearance, their careers, and their personalities. Some people lie because they can, and they won’t be held accountable for it. When you think someone is lying to you, the best you can do is ask.
It’s easy to play with these factors because you can’t exactly force people to reveal themselves when they say they’re not ready. They can’t resolve themselves to the fact that they need to open up to people, so they come up with an online persona that reveals only the most non-incriminating details. It’s is especially hard for them when they see the competition, so they exaggerate their good points to draw more people towards them. They can be gold diggers, scammers, perverts, or even criminals. If that doesn’t help, you better take everything that person says with a grain of salt, or you could end up being Catfished or robbed of all your money. [Read: How to catch a Catfish – online fakers revealed] Liar alert: the ones who lie about their looks Some people lie about their appearance because they feel that their flaws can overshadow who they really are.
For those who have been living under a rock, Tinder is a dating app for your phone that encourages matches based on a picture and a blurb of a profile.
You swipe left if you never want to see them again, and swipe right for further interaction.Thanks to the low-cut nature of the one piece, the former Celebrity Big Brother star flashed a tantalizing hint of cleavage.Before you decide to try online dating, you need to accept that there will be liars. The only difference with online dating is that you are voluntarily choosing to date those anonymous people. On online dating sites, people are more likely to lie because there is a huge amount of pressure to present the best version of yourself.They’re still worth giving a chance, in my opinion. * dating app Tinder, Claire* says: “I made the account, and then deleted it 5 minutes later! The truth is, for every one person raving about the phone app, there are about 10 others shuddering at the memory of creepy Tinder experiences.Watch the video of Naughty to know everything about online dating.