Do you want the secret recipe for crafting the best Tinder bios to get more matches and even Tinder super-likes?
Well, this is exactly what you'll learn from this article.
There are over 50 million users on Tinder. That's a lot of fish swimming around looking for relationships & Tinder Hookups. To stand out from the crowd, you need to be strategic.
The Overall Goal of Your Tinder Bio:
Make it inviting. Remember, the idea is to get a reaction even before you guys are talking. So by giving information about yourself, she might see that you guys have something in common and she will be interested.
Does it seem like a lot?
Worry not, here I'll show you how to write a good Tinder bio for your Tinder profiles to get more right swipes and –surely- more matches.
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Best Tinder Bio Examples For Guys & Girls
Let's take a look at some of the very best tinder profiles we found on the web.
My Mom thinks I'm pretty cool, I'm sure you'll too
If you just can’t bring yourself to stoop to the level of self-deprecation on Tinder, then try swinging things in the opposite direction. Be overconfident—like, over the top arrogant. Trust me, it’s funny. And if you don’t believe me, just take it from Jared.
The less impressive the thing is that you’re overconfident about (i.e. juggling, doing backflips, and winning over your mom’s affections), the funnier your bio will be. That’s the irony. Get it? Right.
I like my partners same way I like my coffee. So swipe right if you're hot and bitter
Now, this is a good tinder bio template due to its simplicity. You can make a list in which you briefly index, let’s say, no more than four things about yourself. An addendum to this is also putting a very small list of things you would like in a partner.
Went to a party dressed as an egg, and got with a guy who was dressed as a chicken. A life long question was answered
Uhhh, risky, but it can play out pretty well. The risk is that it doesn’t give out much more information other than the basics, but this can certainly work in your favor as long as you make it sassy or funny as it makes you interesting from the first read.
I got 99 problems and the patriarchy explains at least 86 of them.
This is a variation on the classic list, and it’s a good one because it gives a lot of information but in a very dynamic way. A good way to do this is by putting firsts and lasts.
For example, you can create a list of firsts in which you include your first job, first concert, the first movie that made you cry.
The pros of this approach are that it gives information about you that people might relate to or they can ask you about, which is great for conversation starters or to make sure the conversation doesn’t get stuck once you guys get to talking.
Oh, and I need a date to my sisters wedding
Now, this one is also great for giving –or asking- information in a dynamic way. You can put a set of choices and compare them to say which one you like best.
For example, you can put “Cats or dogs? Cats” or “Beach or mountain? Mountain.” Another way to do this is with the < symbol. That way, you can just put “Dogs < cats”, and it might seem even cooler.
Pros and cons
This is a clever Tinder bio template. You can put a list of a maximum of 3 pros and 3 cons. Make the pros as truthful as possible and the cons as funny as you can.
Don't let that cool you off
A good way to get attention is by making your bio an elaborate joke. It can be about how her dating you will be a huge favor –in a funny, not pitiable way- or about how you are a machine and explain your different attributes as if you were reading an instruction manual.
The options are endless for writing funny Tinder bios.
Everyone seems to be writing about themselves so I am going to write about you instead
According to this study, using emojis in the bio leads to more matches. Now that you know about it, then why not use it to your advantage? The idea is simple here: Just use emojis defining yourself or something you're interested in.
If you don’t know what I’m talking about, I’m referring to these bios in which you put “reviews” from famous outlets such as The New York Times or People magazine. A funny way to change this is by involving the other person.
For example, “the best son-in-law I ever had”-Your mom. This is a way to show a good sense of humor while also creating a first interaction with the person.
Your parents are going to love me
Now, no one says that you need to do any of these. You can always write your 3-4 lines classic about how you like long walks at the beach, love dogs, 6 feet tall, and you might get swiped right too.
The good thing about Tinder is that you literally end up with millions of options where to choose from, and you have the opportunity to explore your dating style and see which one fits you best.
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Downplaying your accomplishments
Even if you’re super successful, downplaying your accomplishments on Tinder can be a great way to break the ice and make yourself more approachable. Also, mentioning an accomplishment of any kind—no matter how small—opens up the potential for you and a match to find a common interest or talent. Science says that finding a commonality helps two people form bonds.
But if nothing else, it gives you a great opportunity to later use as a Tinder Icebreaker.
For instance, what if this guy’s match really likes the game of Kahoot?
6'1 for the height supremacists
If you can find a humorous way to brag about your best qualities, then you’re golden on Tinder! No one likes a narcissist, but tooting your own horn is a little more acceptable if you go about it the right way.
For example, this dude cleverly boasts about being tall while making fun of girls who care about height—joke’s on you, girlfriend! And who doesn’t like a tall dude? For real.
I think you're lacking vitamin ME
If you’ve got nothing else to work with, you can always get straight to the point and use a cheesy pickup line or witty Tinder in your bio. I mean, what’s stopping you aside from your own dignity and self-respect?
If you can embrace self-deprecation, you have mastered the art of laughing at yourself. And as a result, others will laugh at you too in a good way. Our buddy Pearce (above) has definitely learned to self-deprecate, and he knocks it all the way out of the park with his funny Tinder bio.
Lucky for Pearce, there’s plenty of girls out there who prefer a laid-back guy with a dad bod over an uptight jerk with abs. There, I said it.
Have you ever wanted to be in Florida & Georgia at the same time?
Puns are sure bets when it comes to using humor on Tinder. Even bad puns go over well, so you really can’t go wrong with it. It turns out that when it comes to puns, the extra cheesy ones are so bad, they’re actually super funny.
This girl Imani manages to score a Tinder trifecta by using a pun, a food reference, and a humble brag all at once.
In the above example, There’s even the hint of a little something sexual here. Tantalizing, right? Anyone else feeling hungry?
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My mother describes me as a toddler with a grown up job
If there’s one thing you need to be in your bio (unless you’re a misanthropic goth looking for a fellow misanthropic goth), it’s happy.
In this example, this lady shows us that she’s great fun to be around. But she does more than that. Instead of saying, “Hey, look at me, I’m fun!” she quotes her mom, who says she’s still a kid at heart who loves to have a good time.
Be Playful With What You’re Looking For
Do you know what’s boring and cliched? Taglines that look like this:
“Looking for my Prince Charming.”
“Looking for Mr Right.”
Lame. Instead, try what the girl above did when she put a humorous spin on what she’s looking for.
Show The Manners
One thing I’ve noticed that is really lacking in bios these days is etiquette. You just don’t see them so much these days. Everyone is into pizza, Netflix and carbs. But who’s still into kindness, empathy and old fashioned chivalry?
The girl in the pic above is and adding a touch of compassion and big-heartedness which is a great example.
Admitting the flaws
I absolutely love this bio because it’s unashamedly – and yet wittily – honest. The girl is upfront about her flaws. She can’t pack. She’s always early. She never edits what she says to people. She snorts when she laughs.
If you admit your flaws early but don’t moan about them, and if you do it in an original way, what could have been a negative bio will actually catch the eye.
Wine lover, Pizza addict, Netflix binger, Love dogs
Don’t worry about trying too hard all the time when – sometimes – simply being normal works just as well. Remember, people want to meet normal people! When you try too hard, you risk alienating yourself.
See above. The girl here lists pretty generic interests. But the thing is, these are interests that connect people, especially on first dates. Pizza and wine followed by Netflix and some laughs? Sounds perfect.
Dogs 🐶 Carbs 🍕 Adventures
Again, this is a normal BIO that lists normal, everyday interests that many of us have. The catch here is that she’s used emojis to stand out a bit more. It works.
Emojis + Banter
Don’t simply append a cliched emoji to the end of a word all the time. Instead, be creative with how you use them – like the BIO above. The first line is hilarious and will attract attention. By using emojis like this, the lady in question is flaunting her humor and her creativity. It’s attractive.
Help me come up with something witty to put here
The damsel in distress is the archetypal girl who needs a man to help her out. For this woman below, her needs begin right now. She doesn’t need a man to help her catch a spider or change a lightbulb (yet); she just needs him to help her come up with something funny for her bio.
It’s a great way to start a conversation and get the ball rolling and should invite some funny responses.
Show your ambition
There’s a lot to be said for any man or woman who has the drive and personal and professional goals they’re working on. So why not talk about them in your bio? If you’re not into the one-night thing and if you’re looking for someone relaxed and ambitious, it’s important that you show this in your bio.
What I like about the above example is that the individual goes into a bit of detail, too, which lets you know they’re serious about what they want.
Dealbreaker: will my dog like you though?
A lot of the time, one-line bios don’t work. Especially if they look like this: “Hey” On the flip side, if you can be cute, engaging and even a bit funny with your one-liner, a one-line bio can work.
The example above has a hip one-liner, but it also has emojis too. It’s short, but it’s engaging, and it lets us know that dogs mean a lot to her.
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“The Dreamer” is a bio that paints dreamy pictures in a person's mind.
Let's say I'm a guy swiping until I come across the bio above. I see the words “Disney Land”, and I'm picturing the vacation of a lifetime!
Planting certain images in a person's mind like this – dreamy images – is a great way to capture people's imagination so that they swipe right and message you. It could be Disney Land; it could be the Grand Canyon – anything you can think of that is a little out of the ordinary.
If you’ve got an adventurous side, flaunt it on Tinder. It only takes a few words to get this across to people – just check the image below.
What’s good is if you can do what this lady has done – mix adventure with intellect (by getting ‘teacher’ in there, she’s letting us know she has brains, too) – because that’s a surefire winner.
And if you hate wearing shoes? It’s always good to mention that as well 😉
Random doesn’t always work because it can look a bit mixed up and unattractive. But if you get it right (like the guy below), it can work like a charm.
You could just follow these guys lead by listing your job, any cute pets you have before listing a couple of random facts about you. They just need to be interesting and worthy of starting a conversation. Adding a few emojis with them never goes amiss, too.
The “I Need a Tour Guide” Bio
This bio is almost cheating because it’s so easy to do. If you’re new to an area, all you need to say is, “Hey, I’m new here, anyone fancy showing me around?!” and you’re guaranteed to get some matches.
It’s also nice if you can do what the guy below did by adding a bit more info about you, including where you’re from, as it helps to break the ice.
We all love positive people. So, a bio like the above can be a great choice. You can use the same way or template but customize it based on your interests.
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