Tinder then finds you potential matches near your location (you can narrow it down by age and distance, too) and if they take your fancy, you swipe right to ‘like’ them. If they’ve also ‘liked’ you – then bingo, it’s a match and you can start messaging.
According to a new study by Tinder, wearing glasses in your profile photos will reduce your chances of a right swipe. Instead of having specs appeal, wearing glasses could reduce the chances of finding ‘true love’ by 12 per cent, which is a pretty substantial percentage for something we had never really considered before.Summer is here, the festivals are coming, and if you’re looking for a muddy fling that lasts no longer than three days then Tinder can help you find the perfect music-loving tent buddy.A survey by u Switch showed that nearly one in five of us will be getting our dating app game on during a festival, which is a staggering 2.5 million millennials swiping their way through the crowds.The first reaction in your mind is going to be self-protective, accompanied by fear.When you discover your husband using online dating sites, you will automatically imagine the worst, that he is following through and is probably meeting other women. That is probably not happening, and it is not too late for your marriage, even if it is. Reactions, as you recall from biology, are instinctive responses with one purpose: to save your life.