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This article isn’t to say that guys don’t have their own red flags when it comes to dating app profiles. About two years ago on the world famous JTrain Podcast, I started doing dating app makeovers.
You basically bought a boyfriend who will kiss you whenever you want and won’t ever disagree with you or tire of you. BUT, if you’re going to have a dog and you’re calling yourself its mom then we know we’re in for a lot of really dumb fights.
All of a sudden it’s Mother’s Day and you’re not coming to my family’s brunch because you didn’t get tagged in a post. I’ve also seen this line so many times and I’ve been to parties so it doesn’t really ring true.
And based on the problem I just explained about male dating app profiles, this makes sense.
You’re looking at all these pictures of cocky shirtless foaming-at-the-mouth animals and as an act of protection you write out rules like “No hook ups!
So writing “Not here to hook up” kind of ruins the fun of the one place this dream could actually come true. I’m not saying this means you have to hook up, but please stop writing that. We get that you needed the picture with all of your friends in front of the spray painted mural of the feminist slogan in the non-gentrified section of town while doing the Spice Girls poses.
It’s like a guy writing, “Not here to sit on the couch on Sunday nights because I kind of feel bloated after the weekend and I like being alone.” I don’t see him going on many dates. I agree, you do look hot in the picture with your friends where you’re all laughing at brunch.
I’m a straight dude who The Betches feel is probably a lot like the guy you’re texting/hooking up with.
So they've been asking me questions in search of straightforward, honest answers that the guy you're seeing probably won't be able to give.
Maybe most of us are all more in the middle on this stuff than the talk on the internet represents.