The guys who are relaxed, having fun, and seem cool to talk to.And what’s the easiest way to show you’re that kind of guy? Sure, perhaps when a woman is looking at an image of a guy with a serious expression he appears more sexually attractive than the smiling guy. Like everyone else I grapple with that weird wrestling match between who I am (a superficial jerk who makes assumptions based only on pixels, apparently) and who I feel I ought to be (an enlightened gentlemen).Everyone’s smiling and happy, having fun with lots of friends – often while travelling – showing some skin, and holding a cocktail, pet, pal or instrument.
Some types of offbeat images, Valdez says, “can add some personality to one’s Tinder persona.” But maybe personality isn’t the name of the game, here — after all, research on online dating habits has consistently revealed users’ motives are less honorable than we might hope.
He was genuinely trying to get a job, Shamsi assured the Daily Dot, after recently moving to Los Angeles. ) image surfaced by the Boston branch of Barstool Sports, a 29-year-old named Brandon forwent his actual photo …
But his CV did score him a coffee date, too, which is a lesson either in unintended consequences or the dating values of ladies in L. and posted a screenshot of a business checking account balance.
This tip originated on the Ok Cupid’s Ok Trends blog in January 2010.
The post was called The 4 Big Myths of Profile Pictures.