Standards For Swiping Right on Tinder

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While I’m not a huge fan of Tinder, I know some of you people probably use it. This is why I’m covering this topic today. I can’t leave you all hanging here, so I’m going to fire off some swiping right standards that I suggest you abide by.

Tinder is one of the many among online dating apps today. It’s simple and straightforward and a lot of people are using it. One of the main reasons it’s so popular is because you can connect with local singles for free. All you have to do is download the app, adjust the distance you want to search, and start browsing. You swipe right if you like the way the person looks and/or their bio and you swipe left if you don’t. If you are a girl, you probably appreciate the fact that the guys cannot contact you unless you swipe right.

That means that your success on Tinder depends on making the right decision on exactly when to swipe right. Here are some standards that will help you choose and save you a lot of time trying to figure out which way to swipe.

Assuming that you’re using any dating app, then you better have a solid dating profile. If not, then read this for some help!

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My Personal Standards For Swiping on Tinder

Here’s run down of standards that I abide by and that you should as well. These are tips for both men and women.

When To Swipe LEFT

Girl Tip: One of the guy’s pictures is a shirtless selfie – The shirtless selfie became a turn-off a long time ago. If he doesn’t know that, he goes in the “no” pile.

There are multiple people in all the girl’s or guy’s pictures – If you have to take the time to investigate which one is the person your trying to bang, it’s not worth the time to check it out.

The guy/girl has pictures of him with the opposite sex – If a guy/girl is desperate enough to post pictures of him/her with a bunch of people, then you need to pass.

Too many pictures and mentions of partying – One or two fun party pictures are fine, but if that’s what they’re all about and it could be complete bullshit. Really party people don’t brag about it, they just do it.

Their bio explains that they are looking to settle down – Tinder is not the settle down type of app to use. People use this app to hook up. They are probably desperate. Run like the wind before you get trapped.

Girl Tip: His bio explains how successful he is or his academic accomplishments – This might seem like a good thing, but if he’s so successful, why is he looking for women on Tinder?

They send you a one or two-word message – People who send messages with only one or two words don’t really want to talk. They’re just casting their net to cover as many bases as possible.

When To Swipe RIGHT

If they’re hot – If you can’t deny the immediate attraction to any given profile picture, swipe right. That is, unless a shirtless selfie is involved. Be strong ladies. Cheesiness cancels everything out.

If they’re humble – If they’re hot and don’t brag about themselves, probably a good candidate to swipe right and smash.

If funny – If hot, humble, and funny, then you have struck Tinder gold. A good sense of humor is also an extra incentive to be a little less selective when it comes to looks.

These are my basic standards for swiping on Tinder. Keep in mind that the same rules basically apply for all casual sex apps, so apply them as necessary!

Why Kik Messaging Sucks For Dating

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If you’re the type of person that likes to use multiple social sites like Kik then you might want to read this. I’m here to tell you why Kik messaging sucks for online dating. I’ve used a ton of social sex apps, sites, mobile sites, you name it. I’m here to tell you that Kik is by far the worst that I’ve used and you’re going to find out why now.

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Reasons Kik Messaging Sucks If You’re Using It For Online Dating

Here are some of the main reasons why I now only use Snapsext and no other text for sex messaging sites on this planet, especially Kik.

Strangers Messaging
The reason I love Snapsext is because of the security features. When I used Kik messenger, I received thousands of unknown invitations from people that literally bombarded my app notifications inbox. It made me want to never use the app because I was getting hit with so many shitty chat requests from strangers messaging me.

No Ignore Feature
If you want to ignore people using Kik, then you literally must block them. There’s nothing worse than having to explain to someone why you’ve blocked them on social media versus just turning off their updates. I mean, we all meet someone online that we don’t want to communicate with. It happens and unfortunately, you can’t avoid them using Kik. It’s kinda the reverse of when you’re in the gym and you spot a hot girl working out. You go up to her to talk and she can’t help but speak with you even though she hates your guts. It’s a waste of time for both you and her.

It’s Not Private
Let me be blunt and lay it out for you. There is absolutely nothing private about using Kik messaging. Whether you are in a one-on-one chat or a group chat, it’s 100% public. You basically gave up your privacy rights when you joined this social app.

No Records
There are zero records kept of the people that contact you and it’s not very safe. You could be chatting with some creepy fucking person that’s stalking you using Kik Messenger. However, when using paid dating sites like Snapsext, you are paying for security, record keeping and all that other jazz that makes you feel safe.

I could honestly go on with twice as many reasons why I avoid Kik but I’m not going to waste your time. If you aren’t convinced that it’s a smart idea to stay away from Kik then that’s your own problem. Try it out and I can almost guarantee that you’ll be using Snap Sext in a matter of 24 hours as an alternative.