Friends Get Together to Help Make This Man’s Tinder Profile and Killed It | “Guy Got to Be Completely Swimming in Matches”
Are you tired of being single? Do you look at all the lovely Valentine's Day posts of your friends on social media and think about how lonely you are? Then you probably might get tempted to sign up on a dating app like Tinder. But what if you haven’t been having any luck on dating platforms? If you are someone who hasn’t had a match on Tinder or keeps swiping right to people with bland and pretentious profiles, then you probably need to take a few tips from this person and his friends. A good wingman will never allow his friend to look dull in front of the ladies, and do almost anything to make him look like the best catch.
A video shared by u/vP5pJeRgsS on Reddit has been grabbing a lot of eyeballs where a group of male friends can be seen giving their absolute best to make their friend Dan's new Tinder profile shine and get him some ideal matches on the platform. A guy is filmed taking some quality snaps of his friend while he poses to smash a paper spider on the wall with his slippers. The group of friends also direct Dan to pose in an apron with some cupcakes decorated over the kitchen counter.
They also try their absolute best to make Dan look like an ideal handyman who can fix mechanical problems at home with ease as well. His buddies instruct him to bite his lips in a certain way and even wink for the camera to get the perfect picture of an ideal boyfriend. Dan complies with all the whims of his friends while flashing a charming smile, and we are certain that his innovative profile will win over potential mates on the dating platform with ease.
Reddit users flocked to share their hilarious and some relatable Tinder experiences as well. u/Mothanius wrote: "Even an average smuck can look more attractive with a good camera angle and lighting, something interesting in the photo and a bit of your own charm. Even if you think the photo is cheesy, it might just be enough for someone to match you solely on the fact that they want to talk about your cheesy photo."
u/ModifyAndMoveForward praised the creativity of Dan and his mates and commented: "I was wondering how they got a picture at the perfect time that a spider was crawling on the wall...then I realized it was taped to the wall." u/ac2cvn_71 was confident that "the women blew up his account after seeing both pics." Along with the rest of the Reddit community, we totally agree that we all deserve to have a bunch of supportive friends who can hype us up and make us feel confident in our own skin. Dan is fortunate to have his buddies helping him build his Tinder profile, and we are fortunate to get some quality tips from these guys on how to make our dating profiles shine better.