They’re kind, good-looking, intelligent, funny and some of the most genuine people I know. They’re there for me when I need to be told to stop stressing out over a stupid guy, when I just need to know if I look good tonight or when I need someone to binge drink with.They are my pillars of strength, my rocks and the rational, grounded side of me that I so desperately need sometimes. she's looking for long term, but she'll put out like that *snaps fingers*. more strange than funny, type in "kkk" and see how people actually have that within their login handle... in a large river gorge filled with a large river oh, God. (oh, I looked at his pic again, and I nearly had to go to the bathroom )p.s. The only thing I can get out of the whole profile is this:"I live in a large river gorge filled with a large river" user: river3366 - sorry river, you still rock...Considering all of the awful things his friend could’ve put in these photos, a hidden sloth face isn’t all that bad.Most of us would’ve gone straight for the dildo photoshop.And not only do their descriptions not accurately reflect their vivacious personalities, but their profile pictures look NOTHING like them.The photos they choose accentuate receding hairlines and squinty eyes that they don’t even . How can such smart, awesome people have such little self-awareness?
Either that, or they have one that’s limited to, like, a boring, nondescript word.And if you enjoyed this collection of hilarious Tinder profiles, be sure to check out our other posts on Tinder lines from the professionals and Tinder pick-up lines that guarantee you spend the night alone!You spent the 12 seconds it takes to download Bumble, and now you’re staring at the app’s instructions for setting up your profile, wondering how the heck you’re going to squeeze an entire life into 6 pictures and 300 characters…They didn’t teach you how to do this in school, did they? Attractive photos and an attention-grabbing bio will entice her to send you a message, and that’s your only shot at getting a date – so putting time into your profile is CRUCIAL. Your primary photo is your first (if not only) opportunity to catch her eye. Here are 3 tips on choosing your strongest Bumble profile pictures, courtesy of advice from Tinder’s expert sociologist Dr. Carbino based her advice on the results of a recent study where Tinder analyzed 12,000 profile photos of users between the ages of 18-40 in 3 major cities, but the data will no doubt serve you well on Bumble, too.There is a hidden sloth face in every single one of the pics, which ends up making this the new version of Where’s Waldo for the rest of us.See if you can find the sloth in each photo before scrolling to the give away right below it.