Men and women who describe themselves as “happy” or “shy” on dating apps such as Tinder, Bumble and Happn, risk putting off potential matches, according to research involving 400,000 dating profiles on a website used for extramarital hookups. In contrast, 0.3 per cent of men and 0.4 per cent of women were turned on by a person who described themselves as “happy”.
And while the word “honest” was seen as positive for women - with 13 per cent saying this is a key trait in a partner - “trust” or “trustworthy” wasn’t.
To create a good dating profile you’ll want to write an attention-getting bio.
My finished product reflected my attitude at the time—a combination of "you have to play to win" and "hey, why not?
Researchers found that people who appeared to have a highly curated online images and bragged about their appearance and their lives were see as less attractive and trusthworthy.
Separate studies have also found that exaggerating apparently positive traits online is highly common.
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Your online profile is what will help people decide whether to contact you or not.