With that in mind, we’ve prepared a Most women will go straight past your profile if they don’t like your photo, so choose wisely.
Have a good clear face pic, and try to avoid photoshopping the hell out of it.
But then people stopped caring about My Space, and Facebook and their beloved privacy settings took over.
It used to be so easy – using social media to find someone you thought was attractive, and then seeing what happened.
It's secure, and minors are very well protected, as long as usual web safety is followed. This continues to be one of its biggest attractions - and put offs!
They believe it adds a level of sensitivity to them when really they are an asshole who probably kicked the thing as soon as the photo was taken (including the baby). How you present yourself makes all the difference to whether they are gonna treat you like a lady or the tramp. She is way more sensitive than most of the reprobates that are typing away to me whilst I am on the metro asking the same stuff the last guy did.
Finding and inviting friends is easy, and you get get set up in no time.
The privacy settings are pleasantly simple - you can choose who can see what about you, and all the settings are on one page.
You were missing out on a fun and straightforward way to meet nice (and of course, hot) women in your surrounding area for fun and possibly even romance (but yeah, let’s be honest… It’s kind of weird how Tinder allows online interaction in the way that My Space used to do.
Remember that old school form of online interaction?