50+ Best Tinder ‘About Me’ Ideas (Examples That Get Dates)

Quick guess: you want more matches, more fluent conversations, or hotter dates…

With the right Tinder about me text, everything is possible.

That’s why I’m going to give you my best Tinder bios that you can use right away. And tips on how to build your own.

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The perfect bio

The 5 biggest Tinder bio mistakes

  • Stealing your bio from the internet. Once women are familiar with your profile text, it loses all its power and makes you seem unoriginal.
  • Using ChatGPT to create your About Me. As of now, the AI is predictable and terribly unfunny.
  • Having a bio that describes everyone. Saying you love football, music and travel really doesn’t give her a good idea of what you’re like. Plus, it makes you look like every other guy.
  • Writing a short novel. Nobody has the patience to read, so keep your Tinder bio under 80 words.
  • Coming on too strong. Suggesting you’re only on Tinder for sex is a big turn-off for women (even when they’re open to something casual).

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Best 10 Tinder About Me examples

  • I get way too excited about hyped-up dogs who wag their little tails at 500 km/h.
  • It’s meant to be if you know all the words to the Pokemon theme song.
  • My personal hell is cooking in someone else’s kitchen.
  • If I could have a superpower it’d be identifying people’s perfect birthday gift.
  • We’ll get along if you also went through a bit of an emo/punk phase. Bring back MCR pleaseeeeee.
  • My perfect Sunday is a morning run through the park, a big mug of hazelnut green tea latte, and doing errands while listening to my latest music discovery.
  • If I could solve one world problem, it’d be making IQ/EQ tests mandatory for anyone who wants to start a podcast.
  • One of my weekly highlights is receiving my Amazon order that I forgot everything about.
  • What are you supposed to do when people sing Happy Birthday to you? Send help.
  • I still ride on the back of shopping carts when I shop. Also, probably a better plant mum than you.

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Funny Tinder profile text examples

  • Am I the only one who’s still addicted to bubble wrap?
  • I believe in magic because my sock drawer never lets me find matching socks.
  • We’ll get along if the sounds from a ketchup bottle still make you giggle.
  • Pro: book nerd. Con: I’m the reason your favorite book is sold out.
  • Still traumatized from the time I accidentally bought oatmeal raisin cookies instead of chocolate chip.
  • When I dance I look like a chimp having a stroke, but I promise I’m having a good time.
  • Pro: I’m great with dogs. Con: after our date your dog will run away with me.
  • Highly ambitious about becoming more mature, but still giggle about fart jokes.
  • ADHD make my brain go BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR.
  • I don’t want to brag, but I just stay seated when the plane lands. 😎
  • Looking for someone who’s loved by mosquitos so they’ll leave me alone. #worththesacrifice
  • I once laughed at a funeral, but I promise I’m pretty kind.
  • Two truths and a lie: I can’t swim, I bake my own bread, I once caught a thief.
  • Looking for a girl who’s okay with me hanging out the car window while I grab traffic cones out of the road with my mouth.

Cute Tinder bios

  • Meow meoooow (that’s cat for feed me love and affection).
  • Looking for a girl who can make me laugh so hard my beverage will come streaming out of my nose.
  • Got a mile long list of awesome date activities that I’m too shy to do by myself.
  • You better not have got any naughty thoughts after looking at my photos!
  • Love articulate girls. Talk eloquently to me already!
  • Looking for my snacking soulmate. Tell me your favorite snacks.
  • Want a goofy girl who I can be stupid with.
  • Listening to Gwen Stefani and looking for a holla back girl.
  • Got an epic Spotify playlist that I want to share with someone special.
  • Hoping to find a girl who will make my heart skip with her text notifications.

Flirty About Me examples

  • Your parents will love me. Your roommates? Maybe not.
  • Ice cream is my second favorite thing to eat in bed. The first is spaghetti.
  • Make friends first, make margaritas second, make love third. In no particular order.
  • Not afraid to hold your hand in public. But terrified of cantaloupe – THEY LOOK LIKE BRAINS.
  • Amateur marathon sleeper training for the ultimate nap Olympics. Seeking a medium spoon to join me on the podium.
  • If you like cold coffee, Taylor Swift, and butt stuff, we’ll get along just great.
  • Nothing turns me on more than knowing extensive Harry Potter trivia.
  • When you’re a kid, you assume your parents are soulmates. My kids are going to be right about that.
  • Looking for someone who’s DTF. Yes, Down To Fuggin-give-me-the-food-you-don’t-eat-when-we-go-out-because-you’re-full.

Witty bios

  • They say Rome wasn’t built in a day but I wasn’t on that particular job.
  • Being 6’4 is my only personality trait. And yes, the weather IS nice up here.
  • I’m half German and half Irish. So I love rules and organization but am usually drunk.
  • I have a fear of speed bumps, but I’m slowly getting over it.
  • The great white shark has a mating call that can be heard 40 km away. I have a Tinder profile with a reach of 100 km. Suck on that you dumb shark and your million years of evolution.
  • By replacing your potato chips with pieces of grapefruit, you can lose up to 90% of what little joy you still have in life.
  • The only appropriate answer to someone bragging about how long they work is, “Wow, seems like you need to work on your time management skills buddy”.
  • Every dead body on Mt. Everest was once a highly motivated person… so maybe calm down.
  • I like to get out of the house every once in a while to remind myself why I never go out.
  • Currently developing a mad obsession with an obscure subject so I can distract myself from my issues for the next 4 – 6 months.

Connection-building profile text examples

  • Random things I love: painting for hours, the smell of cedar, a long CrossFit workout, and falling asleep to the sound of rain.
  • Looking for someone who adores old records.
  • I get along best with people who choose matcha over coffee, enjoy skipping to the end of a book before reading it, and think tigers are the best animal.
  • I geek out on ancient architecture. Anything gothic makes me hot.
  • My typical Sunday: morning cycle, cold shower, 3.5 coffees, a little anime, and homemade sushi.
  • Can be easily bribed with dried mango, a good back rub, or a homecooked meal.

5 Tips to create your own Tinder About Me

1. Create a confident, not cocky Tinder bio

I’m going to show you the profile of an absolute stunner. Who made a horribly unattractive mistake with her Tinder bio.

Alrighty. Let’s zoom in on that:

When I showed this profile to the guys of the TextGod team, their reaction was identical to mine.

“Master degree holder.” Nice, she’s smart. “University instructor.”  Alright, not really sure what that means but pretty cool I guess. “Dance lover.” Cute, sounds feminine. “Fitchick.” She works out, dope.

But here’s when everyone’s enthusiasm evaporated: “IQ 139, height 1.72 m.”

And then it got worse. “Looking for a soulmate (aka the one who hates stupid hoes and respects real ladies as much as I do).”

 

Her bio SCREAMS insecurity. No confident person who’s at ease with themselves feels the need to qualify like this.

But more importantly, nobody likes it. Research shows that people LIKE seeing your achievements, but they DISLIKE it when you boast about it.

What does this all mean for you?

Show don’t tell.

For example, if you have a bomb-ass blog, then let them discover how awesome it is by providing a link.

Are you hilarious? Then try to make her laugh by writting a funny bio.

2. Stick to one theme

Look at this bio that a reader submitted:

Wooh, that’s a lengthy m’fukkah. And that’s the problem, a Tinder about me like this is… OVERKILL.

Just like with cooking, mixing 10 amazing ingredients together doesn’t make it 10 times better. In fact, it often makes it worse.

What should Julian have done instead?

Stuck to his ONE favorite element. Like the hair-pulling joke.

This combined with a handful of solid Tinder photos and connected Instagram would have made a solid profile that attracts girls looking for a fun time.

Want to see my complete profile review of Julian?

Check out my video breakdown.

3. Be authentic

It’s no secret to TextGod readers that I was a virgin until I was 22, almost 23.

And maybe you’ve already heard that around the time Tinder gained popularity, my lay count grew faster than a voyeurist’s shlong at a nude beach.

Where did it all start?

In Pasadena, Los Angeles. In 2013, I was visiting with a friend and some girls introduced me to the app.

All excited, we instantly made a profile with their help.

Once we launched our profiles, things got pretty painful for me. His profile was an instant hit. My profile was uhm… instant shit.

I only got dates with girls that I wasn’t even interested in, who all said I looked better IRL.

When I got back to Belgium to visit my parents, I told my mom the same story I just told you.

And my mom did what moms are supposed to do, she said: “Louis, you’re always beautiful.”

And that helped me. Because it became my first successful Tinder bio. Here’s what I wrote:

According to my friends, I’m more beautiful in real life, but my mom says I’m always beautiful.

And my match count EXPLODED. I even got girls to send me the first text!

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I didn’t really know why I had all this success, until I heard Andy High from the University of Iowa say this:

“You want to balance all that is wonderful about yourself with some things that aren’t negative, but more humble or realistic about yourself.”

In short: be cool AND humble.

4. Filter out the bad

I firmly believe that selection is the most important part of a Tinder About Me.

This is especially true if you live in a big city. If your bio doesn’t filter out anything, then you’ll go on tons of dates with women who will waste your time.

As I’m writing this, the TextGod team and I are living in Vilnius for a month. To uh… explore its culture.

Coach Dan came back from a date last night and was kind of frustrated at himself:

“Man… my first date of the evening was a girl I saw for the second time and she didn’t want to make out…” He continues. “…So okay, that’s not going to be a hookup. Fine, now I know to stop texting her. But now she’s really into me and can’t stop sending me texts!”

You could say this is a selection mistake by BOTH of them. Dan is looking for a quick love affair. His date is looking for a serious relationship.

What does this mean for you?

Know what you’re looking for, and then tailor your Tinder about me to attract precisely your type.

You’re not going to get laid when your profile is filled with photos of you cuddling a dog, holding your baby cousin, and some motivational quote about achieving goals.

5. Be specific

Stay away from ‘the grocery list’. You’ve no doubt seen them too because girls use them all the time.

The next screenie took me exactly four swipes to find.

A quick way to greatly increase this profile’s attractiveness is by making the list more specific.

She says she likes music, coffee, sense of humor… Uhm ok. So you like things all humans do?  Luckily, she did make some items in her list a bit more specific.  She mentions “Bubbly drinks, Berlin vibes, and fashion magazines.”

But there’s a problem. Do you think she’s going to find dudes with subscriptions to fashion magazines?

Doubtful.

Do you remember the 10 girl with a thousand IQ from the start of this article? Let’s upgrade her bio.

Let’s rewrite this terrible about me into something that’ll actually attract what she wants. For example:

Master in Public Law
Samba and rumba dancer (currently in between stepping on people’s toes and actually dancing)
Powerlifting (don’t you dare swipe me if you crossfit)
Due to the powerlifting I’m on a strict diet. Anything with hookups in it ruins my gains. Sorry guys.

There.

Now this bio doesn’t scream “HEY, I AM INSECURE AS HELL” plus it’ll filter out guys looking for sex, while making her potential matches laugh.

Oh, and it doesn’t call her sisters from other misters “stupid hoes” anymore.

(I respect you, m’ladies. Feel free to thank me in my Instagram DMs).

Blessings,
Louis Farfields

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Comments

  • Tanessa says:

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  • Sincerity says:

    Great Article, but I got a question..

    Let’s say you’re looking for something casual, but not a ONS. Is it really a good idea to have a bio that filters out all the girls who aren’t looking for casual fun?

    I mean aren’t there a lot of girls who would be open to some casual but won’t outright admit it to themselves. With a Sexual bio you would ruin your chances of ever matching with them wouldn’t you?

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