You’re on Tinder but you want more matches, smoother conversations, and epic dates?
I’m a full time Tinder coach, and will supply you with the best tips to get that juicy Tinder Success.
This is what you’re getting:
- How to make her crave you on Tinder
- 5 Openers and pickup lines you can copy paste
- How you can get your match on a date quickly
- A sneak-peak into my own Tinder profile (+very stealable bio lines)
- 15 Screenshots so you get perfect examples of Tinder success and failure
- A simple rule to follow for fun texting
- 2 Tinder profile breakdowns so you get to avoid their mistakes
- Much more…
#1: Learn from this crappy restaurant
Imagine you’re hungry as hell.
Your stomach is growling and your head feels light. But you don’t want some mediocre fast food. You want the real deal. A 10/10 quality meal prepared by a star chef.
You keep your eyes open for a restaurant that looks classy.
You pass by an old building that appears to be some sort of food place. But it looks super shabby on the outside. There’s an unappealing neon sign, the windows are stained, and overall the whole front just looks neglected.
And here’s the thing:
The food inside is just perfect. World class. It would get 5 stars on Yelp. If only someone would go inside and try what’s on the menu…
And with some work done on the building, people WOULD actually go inside and try the food. But right now, nobody has even the slightest idea of the sweetness that’s waiting for them on the inside.
You probably already see me coming.
I am indeed going to compare this restaurant to your Tinder profile.
…am I saying you’re one ugly Sun uv a beech?
But your first photo on Tinder might be.
If the matches aren’t coming in, then your first picture is the villain. That’s the culprit we’re blaming here.
It’s the front of the restaurant that scares people off.
Think of the purpose of a clean restaurant sign on a fancy looking wall. What’s it function? Is it to convince people to eat dessert?
Its main purpose is to get people to come just a little closer. Maybe check out the menu.
And that’s exactly what your first picture has to do. Convince her to:
- Instantly decide to come in and try the food (best case scenario)
- Check out the menu (good enough!)
If she decides to click on your profile and check out your other photos, or read your bio…
…then you’ve taken the first step towards Tinder success.
Your other photos and bio should secure the win.
Right now they may not be doing a terrific job. But soon they will. Just keep reading.
Now let’s see why you shouldn’t listen to most self-proclaimed guru boys out there.
Video blog of this article
If you prefer to watch a video, I got you covered.
It contains some of the tips of this article.
This is what you get:
- What number of pictures works best on Tinder
- The Tinder lesson you can learn from a smelly restaurant
- Why you shouldn’t listen to other dating coaches
- The #1 mistake guys make when stealing Tinder bios
- Footage of my actual swiping strategy
- Me playing the ukulele just for you (a true pantydropper)
- And other spiciness…
Read on for the bonus tips that are exclusive to this article.
#2: Don’t listen to most Tinder coaches
Dating coaches, life coaches, success coaches, business coaches, spiritual coaches, erection coaches, insert-random-pseudoscience-coaches…
They’re sprouting left and right like never before.
Some of them are legit. Some of them are uhm… questionable.
Either way, I’ve had a look at some people that teach Tinder, online dating, and texting… and I’ve got to say:
Do yourself a favor, ignore what most of them say.
Tips like “Buy a nice car” make me question how some of them are able to run a business.
Now I’m not going to turn this into a full on rant. Instead I’m going to talk about one tip I see over and over again. Something that sounds like:
“Upload as many photos as possible.”
My dearest sweetheart, please don’t.
Their reasoning is this:
“You have 9 picture slots on Tinder, so why not use all of them? The more value you can convey, the better!”
So by the same logic you could say:
“Hey, you’ve got 10 fingers, so you should wear 10 rings!”
How many women do you see running around with rings on each finger?
Less is more.
Look, if you can’t convince her in 4 photos, you probably won’t convince her in 9. What’s more likely is that something in your 9 photos puts her off.
That’s called overselling.
Do you think that a guy who is super popular in real life will spend hours building his Tinder profile?
Will he carefully browse through all his photos and then select 9 to prove his worth?
Fuck no bro.
You can tell a captivating story about yourself in 4 or 5 photos.
Back when the max amount of Tinder pictures was 6, I asked a girl what she thinks about all this.
She’s an international model and a psychologist at the same time. I often bounce ideas off of her because she usually brings good stuff to the table.
Here’s what she said:
Now I’m not someone who takes any random (woman’s) advice on dating too seriously. They usually have a worse understanding of their dating preferences than they think.
But this girl hits the nail on the head.
And if you’re not yet convinced, then imagine this:
You’re swiping on Tinder when you come across a gorgeous first picture showing her face. Sweet.
The second photo shows her face plus some cleavage. You’re liking this so far.
In the third photo she’s walking on a beach in a bikini and her body is just how you like it.
The 4th image shows her doing some hobby. She’s still looking good so everything is fine.
Her 5th picture however shows her body and face again. But from another angle. And this time it looks uhm…
…totally different. And not in a good way.
This gets you thinking:
“Were the first 4 pictures her lucky shots but does she actually look like number 5?”
If she had just uploaded the first four, you’d have gladly swiped her right. But now you might as well ban her from your inbox.
This silly old quote applies to your Tinder success as well.
Translated into a tip, it would sound like this:
#3: A profile is only as attractive as its ugliest photo
How to get more attractive on Tinder in one deletion…
Most men self-sabotage the number of their incoming matches, and they don’t even realize it.
They make the Mistake of Try-Hard.
You’ll end up coming across as a pathetic little boy.
A smelly tryhard.
A tryhard is someone who, well yeah… tries so hard to be liked. And women don’t just find this unattractive. It makes them nauseous.
And if you’ve seen or attended my Over The Top Game workshop, you already know there’s better ways to show you’re one badass muthafucka.
Without coming across as a show-off or desperate tryhard that uses all 9 picture slots.
I’m going to show you a screenshot here. At the time of this screenshot I used just 4 photos. They are just enough but definitely not too much. In my bio I added one sentence to tickle her fantasy.
And underneath my bio she saw this:
My Instagram account.
162 images she can sniff through like a detective on amphetamines.
“Uhm but Louis… you just said 9 pictures is tryhard and now you’re showing 162?”
With one massive difference.
The guy uploading 9 photos directly to his profile, carefully selected those specific photos and then uploaded them one by one.
That takes at least a little effort.
Connecting your gram to your Tinder profile takes about 6.9 seconds.
It tells her either of these two things:
- Here’s my Instagram, have a look for yourself
- I’m just hoarding followers. Sue me.
Nice and nonchalant. Just how I like it.
Besides, she’s already investing more time in you by nosing around your 162 photos. She’s probably balls deep already, looking at your ex-girlfriends and that cappuccino you had in 2015.
Don’t have an Instagram account?
Lol what are you, medieval?
Just kidding, relax.
You can have Tinder success without IG. Just select about 5 good photos. Combine those with a killer bio and you’ll be fine.
And then create an Instagram account and start building it. It takes about 10 minutes per day to get a cool photo to post.
You’ll thank me later.
Connecting your Instagram is actually one of the 35+ questions in our Tinder Profile Checklist.
The Checklist shows you all ways to get a 10/10 profile.
To use The Checklist, just download it for free. It’s easy and fun to use, and you’ll know how to become more attractive on Tinder.
We’re very proud of it. Check it out.
Let’s go on with a hard question to ask…
#4: Does size actually matter?
*Putting on my best Morpheus voice*
What if I told you… that you can have the luxury of automatically matching women you connect with best.
No more dates where you’re stuck with your exact polar opposite, as if you’re dating your nemesis, wondering how you ended up together.
The secret about this luxury, is that it’s easily obtainable.
And I’ll tell you how, dear TextGod disciple.
But first, let’s destroy a myth.
One that goes like this:
I’m sure you’ve heard it before.
Only usually it says “it’s the motion of the ocean”. Silly your-e-cards-people.
Anyway, it’s a quote used by two groups of people:
- Girls comforting a guy with a small weewee
- Guys with a small weewee, ensuring their bros and potential hookups that they have the phucking skill maxXxed out.
Whether the size of your shlong actually matters, it’s not something I’m going to talk about.
(Not right now at least)
I’m just going to play dumb and pretend this quote is about the size of your Tinder bio.
Because that Tinder bio is, in fact, a crucial part of your Tinder success rate.
There seems to be a lot of debate about Tinder bios.
Some men argue that a bigger bio IS in fact better:
“Oh dear Louis, please give me your raw opinion on these boat quotes, I can’t wait!”
Your wish is my command, brother.
#5: How your ‘big boat’ scares off women
Here’s what I think:
The big boat people are wrong most of the time.
A bigger Tinder bio tends to be less effective. Here’s why:
- More room for error
- Looks scary at first sight (people tend to back away from a longer read)
- Often causes men to hoard techniques
Often causes men to hoard techniques? What?
Alright, let’s clarify that with an example!
This TextGod disciple is a smart fella.
He also had a pretty decent profile to begin with.
If you’re curious to see his photos, they’re included in this cute video.
The biggest issue with his Tinder bio is that…
…his boat is too big.
It has 6 different parts. And in all 6 he is trying to convince the girl of his worthiness.
And I get it, you’ve discovered Textgod.com and you’ve been trying out my stuff.
But let me give you a memey reminder, by copy-pasting this again:
There we go.
His bio is a textbook example of the “often causes men to hoard techniques”-point.
It’s a chaotic mess of multiple little Tinder bios thrown together.
He had hoped their powers would add up and combine into one unstoppable force.
Unfortunately, it’s more like their powers cancel each other out and you’re left with… looking like a tryhard.
So no… a big boat is not the way to float.
Unless you construct one hella smart coherent bio backed by some 10/10 copywriting.
But that’s a story for another time.
(By the way, if you’re getting no matches on Tinder, I recommend the article I wrote about that.)
#6: Here’s how you work with a ‘little boat’
So what type of bio gets you most girls?
Do short or long bios lead the way to Tinder success?
Let’s look at the first quote again:
“It’s not the size of the boat but the motion of the ocean.”
This seems closer to the truth.
It’s pretty much saying that in order to gain Tinder success, your profile text doesn’t have to be big. It’s more about what it says.
I can agree with that
I’ve personally rowed some tiny boats.
Phew, you’d think they’d sink right away by the size of ‘m.
But they’ve worked wonders.
Here’s why I like small boats:
- They’re not scary to look at
- They’re read in a split-second
- They seem very nonchalant.
God, what a beautiful word nonchalant is.
Blasé. Non-caring. Unconcerned.
Besides, if you opt for the small boat, you immediately rule out having a boring bio like this one:
In some countries they have in fact replaced melatonin tablets with a collection of bios just like Sophie’s.
Another student of mine has a bio that has two lines in there that cracked me up when I first saw them.
Here’s what his bio looks like:
First of all, you already know my laws about emojis by now, right?
(if not, read more articles )
He also says he’s an Experience seeker.
Which is a fancy way to say “hipster” in my opinion.
Anyway, I like the “No butt stuff on the first date” a lot.
Maybe because I’m stuck in the anal phase according to Freud.
Or maybe because butt jokes are always funny.
This guy will miss out on a couple of women that aren’t amused with his misspelling of “butt”. Check your spelling and grammar, guys. You’re part of the most intelligent species roaming this earth.
I also like his first sentence:
“Some say the first picture is photoshopped. It is NOT true, I live in a fairytale jungle.”
Which makes a lot more sense if you see his first photo.
I do notice that his bio says FIRST picture but on his profile it’s the SECOND picture. He changed up his photos and forgot to adjust his bio there. Sloppy on his part.
My lesson for you is this:
Imagine him deleting his whole bio except the first line.
Or just having the “no butt stuff” line.
Wouldn’t that be one hella sweet little boat?
Nice and nonchalant.
No unnecessary noise.
I had a bio just like that, and I’ll show it to you in a bit, with a very usable line.
Many men don’t know it…
But their profile kind of sucks.
Luckily, I created The Tinder Profile Checklist, with over 35 questions, about how to get more success on dating apps.
Fill in the blanks, and get a score for your profile.
Does it suck? Is it great? You can only know by checking it.
I’ve thought about putting it in a course, but I’ll give it to you for free here.
Now let’s jump into some bio tips…
#7: The perfect bio for Tinder success
Seems like an easy choice by now right?
Before we make a final judgment, let’s look at this third quote:
This quote says that it doesn’t matter how big your bio is or what’s in it exactly. As long as it gets her off. AKA as long as the bio does its job, and she swiped you right.
It’s pretty hard to disagree with such statement.
And with that being said, let’s draw a conclusion:
First stick to our findings from the last two tips.
Once you’ve tried out a few boats, feel free to customize and tune them. Make them your own.
If a really big boat gave you the best results with your current photos, then sail that boat.
Just make sure not to paint your whole boat gold. And don’t hang flags of every country you’ve sailed to. You’ll quickly be overselling yourself like Mr. Tryhardingson.
Once you’ve won a couple sailing contests and you’ve tested the wild waters of the ocean…
…feel free to break as many rules as you want.
But seek to master those rules first.
#8: Promise her a photo of Johnny Depp’s genitals
This tip is insane. It’s the best tip in the article for sure.
Because in this tip, I’m giving you ONE copy-pastable sentence that will kick-start ALL your Tinder conversations.
Tinder success guaranteed with this ONE line.
I’m talking about my Clickbait Opener.
It’s the opener with the highest success rate of all copy-pastable pick-up lines I’ve ever tested.
And just as the name suggests, it’s very Clickbaitey, like the intro to this tip.
I bet you’ve been there.
You’re working on your computer, you’ve got a certain task to complete.
But then all of a sudden you see some silly article headline:
“Images of Johnny Depp’s privates leaked! You won’t believe the size of this!”
You’re quite tempted to give the link a quick click, aren’t you?
Just a quick look at the photos and then you’ll close the tab and go back to work.
That’s what most people would do.
It’s exactly why the internet is SWARMED with clickbait.
The psychological principle of curiosity is just too powerful.
And it’s exactly that psychological principle that I used to design my Clickbait opener.
But… I didn’t stop there.
I threw in some other psychological tricks to turn it into that irresistible conversation starter.
Try it out some time, see how it works for you too.
I’ve decided to give it away for free in a video. Along with 2 follow-up texts to get your chat going.
It’s a short video filled with screenshot examples.
You can check it out here and instantly get more reactions.
#9: How to get your Tinder match on a date quickly
Now here comes a cool tip if you’re looking for Tinder success.
Especially if you feel like you have little to no connection to your matches.
And if we’re honest, it does feel that way quite often, right?
You’re behind your phone and she’s behind hers.
It’s you doing you and well… “her doing her”
(is that an actual thing you can say?)
Either way, it never really feels like you and her are more than two separate things.
You don’t feel like A TEAM.
It doesn’t feel like “US”.
What a shame.
Because if you do manage to create that together-feeling, it’ll be WAY easier to get her out on a date.
And here’s the good part:
It’s easier than you think to create such feelings.
Next time you are typing a text about yourself and your interests, stop for a second.
If you’re typing about her and her hobbies, stop for a second.
Instead try using one of these three terms:
- We (we’re going to set trashcans on fire)
- Together (We’ll go to an all-you-can-eat rib house together)
- Our (Our child would never do such things. It’ll be too beautiful for that)
Let’s look at a screenshot example of this:
See that last text I sent her there?
I could have easily stopped right after “Mastered it when I was 3.”.
Instead, I make her imagine us together with a unicycle. She probably quickly pictured herself doing a headstand on a unicycle. While I’m right next to her, holding her and the bike in balance.
These silly little things are not only fun to imagine, they also familiarize you and her being together.
She jokingly texts back that she’s curious now.
And then she starts talking about me winning the spooning world championship…
She found info on my Tinder profile that I’m a master spooner.
Another group activity…
Something she and I can enjoy together. Something she can picture herself doing again.
And this time it’s slightly spicier than doing unicycle stunts.
Anyway, let’s see why she starts talking about spooning, and even better:
How you can have your matches do the same.
#10: Steal one of my Tinder bios
We’ve already discussed Tinder bios quite a bit in this article.
But in this tip I’m giving you a screenshot example of one of my oldskool bios.
I’ve battle-tested it for months, and it definitely helped me secure some solid Tinder hookups.
(Find more about getting laid on Tinder here).
Your bio, just like your photos, is a tool to make the conversation as easy as possible.
You could be like anyone else and write a laxative bio like:
Wanderlust | Animals | Good food | Friends | Laughing
Or you could decide you actually want to increase your Tinder success rate with 69% and write a bio that:
- Makes it easy to text you first
- Makes it easy to start talking about a new topic mid conversation
- Makes her laugh
- Makes her more attracted to you
- Doesn’t try to make you look super cool and multitalented
Triple gold medal in the SWC (Spooning World Championships) 2015-2017. *And then some medal emojis*
Sounds like a whole lot of bewlsheet, doesn’t it?
Which it is of course.
But that’s great.
Everyone knows it’s some joke you made up. And that’s even better.
Now women know you can joke around. You make up funny nonsense.
And you’re confident in your spooning skills.
When I first used this bio in 2016, it worked wonders.
Ever since some people have been copying it, but there’s still plenty of fish ladies that haven’t seen it before.
Does this bio seduce every single woman that comes across your profile?
Does it make a fair amount of girls giggle?
And as you saw in the last screenshot, it gives the ladies another topic to talk about:
Do you have any photo that has a manly / tough / rough / extreme / ballsy vibe? Add it to your profile as your 3rd of 4th photo. Just like I did here with my surfing photo.
Alright alright alright!
Enough about bios for now.
Let’s have a look at something that’s super powerful… and yet…
…almost no one uses it.
#11: Getting Tinder success with the Tightrope Principle
This principle gets you smoother conversations, without becoming your online dating demise.
You’ve experienced this emotional rollercoaster before. That hopeful feeling you get when you match a cutie.
You text her.
She texts back.
But then it happens.
Your enthusiasm gets the upper hand.
And before you know it, your needy side wakes up and takes over.
That’s when things go south real quick. She sent a late or short reply to your last message, and now you text her back too hungrily for her response. Usually this results in weak texts, that end up getting an even weaker reply from the girl. Eventually you get to the point where she doesn’t text back at all!
Luckily for you, we can prevent this from happening.
There’s multiple ways to go about this. But if you’re rather new and not convinced of your own texting skills…
…then I advice you to strife for balance.
In other words: you and your match text equal amounts.
Here’s an example of a Tinder conversation where I filled out the chat bubbles. This way you don’t get distracted by contents and get a very visual representation of the AMOUNT of text being sent.
This is a textbook example of a balanced conversation.
The opener is one text, but after that we always send 2 texts each of about the same length.
Now this is not something I was consciously striving for.
It just happened automatically.
Now, most of the time when you’re texting, you won’t see a very similar scenario.
In reality it’s the man who’s texting more at the start of the conversation.
Especially on Tinder, women have OPTIONS.
Men all over tinder are using awful tactics, throwing themselves at any girl willing to have them.
One of the consequences is that you and I have to ‘prove ourselves’ at the start of the convo.
We have to invest slightly more than her and get her to see we are worth investing time in.
If you can manage to achieve this balanced conversation, you can take things to the next level…
…using the power of emotional momentum.
#12: The power of emotional momentum
Do you want girls to text you more?
Have them invest time and texts in you while you lean back?
Then this is what you’ll need to do:
Once you notice she’s investing a bit more, you can start your brilliant plan.
Coast clear. Commence mission.
One thing you can do, especially if you find yourself over-investing, is using the 2/3rd rule.
The 2/3rd rule is as simple as it sounds.
You text about two thirds of what she texts.
Just like the 50/50 balance, these are guidelines. Not holy rules you need to follow religiously like they’re the only way to achieve Tinder success.
Let’s look at the screenshot example below.
At the start of the conversation I am clearly investing more.
After couple days of relaxed texting, she takes the over.
The whole blue-arrow-zone is the part where I am texting more.
In the green-arrow-zone, she takes over.
+ she agrees with exchanging Instagram accounts.
I asked my illustrator to make a drawing of this.
This is what we came up with:
It’s more beautiful than 90% of modern art.
Let me quickly explain what the heck you are looking at.
This is, in fact, some sort of weighing scale.
The two scales are just not physically connected.
It’s magic. Or a poor understanding of physics on my part. One of both.
Anyway, on the left scale is the total weight of her investment.
On the right scale if the total weight of your investment.
You and her would be floating at the same height if everything were balanced. Just like in the first screenshot we saw. The one with the chat bubbles filled out.
Now here’s where things get interesting if you want Tinder success:
At the bottom of the scales are two buttons.
A green one on her side.
A red one on your side.
Whoever invests more, comes closer to pushing his or her button.
Yours is red, because if you invest too much… things aren’t looking good.
You’ll come across as:
- A virgin
If you manage to make her invest more than you do, she’ll come closer to pressing the green button.
When that happens, my divine hand comes reaching from the sky. With my holy powers I bless you with a TextGod award. You’ve now officially hooked her bigtime.
The more she invests, the bigger her addiction to you.
So remember, soldier, the next time you notice you’re investing more than her…
…RELAX. It’s all good. You are allowed to do so.
As long as you realize this can’t go on forever like this.
At one point she needs to start investing just as much, or even more than you.
Because if she doesn’t, you’ll bump into the red button.
Are you still struggling to steer a conversation in the right direction without pressing the red button?
Try reading my article on How To Keep a Conversation Going.
#13: Tinder Openers you can steal from me
Do you ever feel like using a new line?
Something fresh to start conversations with… Something you haven’t used before…
I feel you. Aren’t we all a bit lazy at times?
Let’s have a look at three copy pastable openers.
We’ve all seen one too many boring, recycled openers.
So let’s have a bit of a laugh and try lines that are a bit more… bizarre.
Do you mind coming over?
I don’t know if you have a dog, bro.
But in case you don’t… you do now.
At least you’ll pretend you do for the sake of this opener.
And it’s not a very well behaved dog.
It’s pretty absurd.
And pretty funny once you start picturing the scene hahaha.
Just imagine a little hyperactive dog humping the sh!t out of your phone screen. And you trying to get him to stop. The poor iPhone didn’t even give consent.
Just to be safe you should go with:
‘Picture’ rather than ‘Instagram’, because some girls won’t have Instagram (linked to their Tinder profile).
Something else I like about this opener, is the fact that it talks about actually meeting up.
Although going for the meetup straight off the bat will almost never work…
…it is good to plant a seed every now and then.
Once you’re further down the conversation, you can text something like:
Urgent dilemma: bobs or vagene?
Do you like when people ask for your opinion?
It feels good right, knowing that what you think matters.
But whenever people ask for your opinion, there’s something else that comes into play.
Well, two things:
- Most people will feel an urge to impress the other person with their response.
- People will want to know why you asked.
Do they have an important decision to make?
Do they just want to know your answer to then judge whether you’re the type or person they would like?
Now, when you’re on Tinder you can ask your match all sorts of classic dilemmas:
Pizza or macaroni?
Weed or alcohol?
One super best friend or 5 good friends?
Or you can personalize your opener and make it more impactful.
And more likely to result in Tinder success.
Right now I am in Kiev. There’s two restaurants I often go to.
One is called ‘Puzata hata’, the other ‘Milkbar’.
So I asked some local matches for their favorite:
If the layout of this app confuses you, it’s just Tinder.
The web client version of it.
Anyway, we got a good response out of her.
And then I continued the conversation. Sharing my detailed opinion on the food there. And other things.
Let’s look at another one:
We’ve got a good laugh, an emoji, and her opinion.
That’s more than I need start a good Tinder conversation.
The misc opener (a golden classic)
Are you a bodybuilder?
Chances are quite high that you aren’t.
And if you’re not, then you probably didn’t spend hours every week on bodybuilding.com.
A website that once was the home to some brilliant textgame.
One opener that was birthed on the forum is just something else.
It’s longer than most openers. But not a word is superfluous.
Here it comes:
The concept is simple yet brilliant:
You are worshipping her SO MUCH she can’t think you’re serious anymore.
It’s pretty obviously a copy pasted opener, but some women will forgive you because:
- They haven’t seen it before
- It’s so beautifully written
It’s one of my favorites:
If you’re lucky you’ll even run into a well-spoken girl like this one.
Ahhh, Tinder can be a magical place.
Now let’s see if women on Tinder can be creative:
Summarize your Tinder experience for me.
This little mental experiment will give you a better idea of your online ranking, and chances of success.
How has your Tinder experience been so far?
Chances are it could be better. Especially since you’re reading my article (which I’m grateful for by the way).
Maybe you’ve had a couple really cool dates.
Maybe you’ve had one of the best nights of your life.
Whatever it is you’ve experienced…
…how would you summarize it to a stranger. Without using words.
In the next opener you’re going to ask women for their Tinder experience.
But they have to describe it in one GIF.
Her reaction is a pretty good depiction of your competition on Tinder.
I found this opener to be less effective than the other ones.
Asking her for creative input can be too much of an investment so early in the interaction.
What you can do, is use it to test her creativity later on, when the convo has been going well already.
If you want an opener that gets GREAT results, then the next one is what you need.
One Tinder opener to rule them all
Not every opener has the same chances at Tinder success.
My god, I’ve tested some lines that did horribly.
But I’ve also tested some lines that were wonderful.
Magnificent. Marvelous. BRILLIANT!
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