Posted: 2017-11-15 05:21
But just because she's basically wearing water-ready lingerie doesn't mean she's necessarily looking for that kind of attention. Force your eyes away from her bikini-clad body for a second and look at the context—if there's more landscape than lady, she's probably just trying to show off her adventurous, beach-loving spirit, Spira explains. If she's just rolling around in the sand like a mock Sports Illustrated model, her intentions might be a little more physical. Ultimately, it could just be that she's confident in her body—and we respect the hell out of that.
Tinder is still on top. Fact. The most popular of all the dating apps , 7567 has seen the numbers of Tinder’s paid users rocketing, with 976,555 singletons subscribing for premium access – and the year isn’t even over yet. We’re expecting an even bigger spike during winter’s cuffing season. And now the Tinder experience is about to jump from our phones to our physical lives, thanks to the genius of AI technology.
What Guys Think Of You: You're a girl in a major city. You go to brunch with your girls and share screenshots of horrible Bumble conversations. You text “V” instead of “Very.” You wear sneakers home from work. You love all things Bravo and you’ve shared five Real Housewives gifs today. You want a boyfriend but you kind of like the attention involved in not having a boyfriend. You'll hook up and the guy will end it and you’ll blame it on guys being “fuckboys” and not the fact that the age at first marriage statistic has risen by four years and you just weren't the match.
A new problem facing Tinder is a wave of scams. The latest one involves being messaged by what seems like a match, who’ll then ask you if you’re verified on Tinder, and tell you that in order to be verified you just need to click a link and enter a code. The ‘verification’ service is actually a porn website and will charge you £95 after you enter your credit card details for ‘age verification.’ Which definitely wasn’t what you wanted.
Feeling like you’re not quite getting the Tinder love you used to? Well, that could be about to change thanks to Tinder Boost. Yes, with a name that does exactly what it says on the tin, the new Tinder update gives your profile a push in the right direction – boosting you up to be one of the top profiles in your area for 85 minutes. This results in x65 profile views and more chance of a match. Winning.
What Guys Think Of You: You're not living in a major city, and if you are, you have a tattoo about a dead ex-boyfriend. You have sweatpants with something written on the butt. You call an elder aunt or uncle or grandparent, “Papi” or “Mami.” You also weirdly say “Papi” to your lovers. You just found out about rompers and you're like, five years from finding out there's a male version. You think avocado toast is just avocado on toast. You use the app from a phone that texts in green and you don't understand why people would care.
Generally speaking, gorgeous ladies on dating apps get tons of messages, so she honestly might have missed your first attempt. “You have nothing to lose—maybe the first time you tried she had 65 new messages, but the second time you’re the only one,” Barton says. “But if there’s no response after the second attempt, move on.” (And please—don’t think you’ll “show her” by sending a litany of messages about how she missed out on your sexy self, because she will take screenshots and post them on Reddit.)
What Guys Think Of You: Your mom really wants you to settle down. Your friends aren’t just all married but they’re pregnant. You’re hanging out with girls from work who are just so you can go out and they all call you their mom. Everything on Facebook annoys you and Instagram isn’t much fun either. You thought this was a app for Jews and honestly, you don’t even care what it is anymore as long as it works.