You want more and better Bumble matches.
And you feel like upgrading your bio could make the difference.
Well, you’re in the right place.
Because I’m about to give you the 22 best Bumble bios that will trigger her to swipe you right.
- What makes for a good Bumble bio?
- 10 Best Bumble bios you can copy right now
- 1. Make it easy for her to break the ice
- 2. Make her say what you want to hear
- 3. Go against the mainstream
- 4. Playfully describe yourself
- 6. End on a relatable twist
- 8. Make a unique list
- 9. Have fun with stereotypes
- 10. Create a swiping game
- 10. Play two truths and a lie.
- Steal the best opener of all time
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What makes for a good Bumble bio?
The best Bumble bios all have two things in common:
- They make potential matches excited to talk to you.
- They make it easy for her to come up with a fun first text.
In other words, a good Bumble bio gets you more matches and leads to fun conversations from the start.
The rest of the article will give you clear examples of what these bios look like and how to create your own. And if you want to have the secret to a good Bumble bio right now…
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10 Best Bumble bios you can copy right now
- I’m the guy your parents warned you about. I always forget to put the milk back in the fridge.
- Olives taste gross. Change my mind.
- I’m 6’3 and my love language is physical touch. So I’m basically a big teddy bear.
- One time I got drunk and got a tattoo of my dog. #bestdogdaddy
- I’m the life of the party, but only when it’s inside my bag of Fritos.
- I’d love to be mysterious but unfortunately, I never shut the fuck up. Send help.
- Baby, let’s play doctor. I’ll start. You owe me $3200.
- Used to be 100% indifferent to birds my whole life, then one day I was like “damn is that a yellow-rumped warbler??”
- My kink is when women care about my feelings and what I have to say.
- My most controversial opinion: nobody shot JFK, his head just did that.
Want to create lines like this yourself?
Keep reading and I’ll give you the secret to writing your own epic Bumble bio + 11 more stealable examples.
1. Make it easy for her to break the ice
For guys, this is the most important tip on Bumble…
First, some context.
As you probably noticed, a match doesn’t guarantee a conversation.
No matter how much you want to, you can’t speak until she sends you a text.
And sometimes that ‘hello’ never comes.
There are countless reasons, but the most common reason behind her silence is this one:
She doesn’t know what to say besides “Hey”. And she doesn’t want to!
And can you blame her?
She’s been down this path so many times, she knows where it leads.
When she made the mistake of saying “Hi” and is stuck in an unending loop of chit-chat.
Rather than being bored to death by another guy, she chooses to lose you forever.
In short, your match is free of blame.
But are you?
Or was there something you could have done to help her send that first text?
Hint: there is.
Let that sink in for a moment.
Do you have a clue about what I mean?
If you thought, “Have a good bio”, you’re 100.69% right.
While Bumble bios have several goals, one of them is to help her send you an effortless first text.
Instead of racking her brain in search of a good opener, she simply takes a glance at your Bumble bio.
She has an icebreaker that starts an exciting conversation brimming with positive vibes.
And it cost her zero effort.
Here’s an example.
Craziest holiday: I went on a weekend trip to Paris last year and ended up in the hospital for 2 weeks with a view of the Eiffel Tower. Beat that.
2. Make her say what you want to hear
If you’re tired of women opening with “Hey”, this is for you.
I’m sure you’ve noticed.
Almost all women on Bumble say stuff like this:
The last 3 women who opened me on Bumble.
Why are they this predictable?
They don’t know what to say but don’t want to lose you as a match either.
So when you think about it, her “Hey” is a compliment.
Do you know what’s really messed up about this one-syllable opener though?
Bumble gives women who type in “Hey” a warning.
Yet so many ladies send “Hey” anyway!
Anyway, let’s get back on track.
What sucks about her one-word opener, is that it’s super hard to reply to!
Without a clever response your convo is going to be as dry as my girlfriend’s pussy when she gets awkwardly approached by yet another overconfident neckbeard that thinks he can replace game by a fedora.
For her to start the conversation with a bang, she needs inspiration.
Where does she find it?
*Bumble bio peeps around the corner*
By giving her a relatable topic with your bio.
Not everyone can talk about cars, sports and other stuff you like.
(Although being unrelatable can be good if you want to use your bio to filter like a baws.)
All this abstract mumbo jumbo will be made clear with a screenshot in a moment.
TextGod coach Dan likes to talk about food.
Everybody shoves food down their necks. And most people enjoy it.
Food can also be erotic.
Just think of a woman sucking on a lollipop. Or sensually feeding her grapes or chocolate-covered strawberries.
So coach Dan wrote the next bio for Bumble:
A) Your favorite food in the world
B) Favorite spot you’ve ever been
And highly effective.
Another reaction he got:
Thanks to coach Dan, women finally knew how to send an exciting opener.
Coach Dan’s bio doesn’t have to be followed to the letter.
Let it serve as inspiration.
3. Go against the mainstream
Some good Bumble bios rub people the wrong way and trigger a strong emotional response.
And that’s great!
Because it motivates her to match you and send you a text RIGHT AWAY.
Here’s a bio that I used to great success:
Pineapple goes on pizza like tongues go in assholes. It’s not for everybody but those who enjoy it more are a little more sophisticated.
WARNING: It is a very polarizing profile text and might upset some squeamish people.
So it may lead to less matches than more ‘traditional’ bios.
…because it’s so polarizing, every match you do get will likely be much more fun.
Use your new bio gained powers as you wish.
4. Playfully describe yourself
The very best bios don’t just spark her interest, they also show off your personality.
Communicating who you are is a little more difficult.
But it’s well worth it if you can pull it off.
Here’s a Bumble bio a buddy of mine wrote and used with a surprising amount of success.
I say surprising, because he doesn’t put himself in the best light.
Probably the worst guy you’ll ever meet and a total piece of shit. But I’m now known as a ‘good luck charm’. Because after dating me, the universe will magically bring you together with your soulmate. True story. So I guess it all depends on if you’re willing to date an ‘unloveable shit’ for a while.
After reading the first few words you just want to swipe left. But then he mentions that dating him will set you up with your soulmate.
And totally worth it.
The most important takeaway from this bio?
He isn’t trying to sell himself.
Better still, he charmingly calls himself an ‘unloveable shit’.
With a horde of average Joe’s trying to ‘cool’ their way into her panties, mister ‘worst guy you will ever meet’ pushes women away.
Many women won’t be able to resist swiping this guy right. If they can make it to the end of his bio, hehe.
5. Know your audience
This bio gets a 9/10, it’s one of the best.
To the women over 30 I’m a successful business owner and I want to start a loving family. To ladies under 30 I’m hung, love jagerbombs, and breed husky puppies.
It targets the right audience.
It’s funny and witty.
And it’s sexual without being raunchy.
This Bumble bio also shows you’re free to lie about yourself as long as it’s super obvious.
6. End on a relatable twist
Use clickbait to your advantage.
If you do it well, she won’t be able to stop reading.
And if you make her effort worth all the trouble, she’ll very likely swipe you right.
Especially if it looks anything like this.
I always keep a pistol under my pillow. So in case of a burglary, I’m able to shoot myself in order to prevent social interactions with other people.
The beauty of this misdirection is that it’s relatable.
It’s a great bio for guys who playfully want to make clear they’re introverted.
7. Make her laugh
Online dating isn’t so much about getting to know each other.
Yes, to an extent.
But most of online dating is about figuring out if it’ll be fun to hang out together.
So if you can show you’re a good time, you’re set.
The great white shark has a mating call that can be heard 40 km away. I have a Bumble profile with a range 0f 100km. Suck on that you stupid shark and your million years of evolution.
A funny and lighthearted bio.
Your insights on nature make you seem smart.
While you bash the great white shark since you’re much more alpha than him of course.
8. Make a unique list
So many guys make the mistake of using the ‘shopping list’ bio.
You know, a list of nouns that describe all the things they like.
And it’s incredibly boring.
Not to mention predictable, because almost everyone talks about the same stuff: coffee, gym, partying.
While I’m sure coffee, gym and partying play a huge role in some people’s lives.
Writing about your passions like this is just boring.
It doesn’t entertain me or your potential match.
So if you are going to talk about your hobbies, do it in a way that’s engaging.
Using coffee, gym and party as my example, I get:
Caffeine-dependent life form.
See the difference?
If a lady had cute photos paired with this bio, I’d swipe right.
But if she was cute and wrote ‘coffee, party and party!’ I’d swipe her left.
9. Have fun with stereotypes
Some people are a living stereotype.
Nothing wrong with that.
It’s just really fun to poke fun at these people and show you’re a Giga Chad.
Most healthy person you’ll ever meet.
– I shower in green tea.
– I snort quinoa for breakfast.
– I avoid meat, dairy, water, and people.
– And I love to breathe. Sometimes I’ll do 20,000 of those bad boys per day.
10. Create a swiping game
I don’t like swiping games.
They were fun at first, but have lost their mojo.
So why am I advertising this bio?
Because it’s the first swiping game in forever that made me chuckle.
I’ll make it real easy:
Swipe in the direction of your political views.
If you’re right-wing and politics is important to you, definitely give this bio a try.
It’s one of the ways to filter your dates, this is an important principle I write about in my article about Tinder for marriage.
10. Play two truths and a lie.
If you’re out of the know, two truths and a lie is a game made to break the ice.
The point is to find the lie.
And it directly speaks to my inner child.
Two truths and a lie:
I don’t like this game. I never lie. Plus, I always tell the truth.
What makes this puzzle especially good, is that it’s impossible to solve.
So you’re going to have lots of girls swipe you right, just to hear you give them the answer!
It’s deliciously evil.
11. Give an old saying a modern twist:
I like big butts and I’m morally against lying.
Is it the best Bumble bio?
Is it brief and does give it the ladies a chuckle?
It’s funny, and it shows you’re a bit of a bad boy.
Prepare to be opened by ladies with big buns.
12. Hint at what you want
Give me your crappy shirt to sleep in, you dumb idiot. Now put your arm around me and love me, you sack of shit.
If you’ve ever had a lady friend stay over for the night, you know this scenario.
Obviously she’s never been as demanding as this bio shows.
But that’s what gets the laugh.
The beauty of this bio is that women are familiar with it too.
If she has a sense of humor, there’s a big chance she’ll swipe you right for poking fun at her predictable female ways.
Only use this one if you have a rough dark kind of humor, some girls will not appreciate this rough bio description!
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“Why would I want to break the ice on Bumble if she already sent me the first text, Louis?”
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