I couldn’t believe my eyes.
When I first typed ‘Tinder bios’ into Google, I saw titles such as “300+ best Tinder bios for guys.”
I thought they must be talking about the movie 300.
And not just one post… no… several posts bombard you with X “tested and proven” bios.
How is this simple?
How can there be 300+ ‘best’ bios?
They must be kidding.
I’ve been coaching single men for over 10 years. If you asked me to come up with 300+ different Tinder bios that get you matches guaranteed… I would need to lock myself up in a room for 6 months with no sleep, just snorting cocaine.
So this article is different: I took a giant magnifying glass and looked in detail at the most popular bios online. You’ll see the good, the bad, and the ugly.
If you’re just here to get a god-damn bio that works, skip to the bottom of this page.
I think you’ll absolutely love (and hate) watching me break down a ton of Tinder bios and explain why they’re good or suck badly.
Love, because you’ll discover exactly what makes a Tinder bio great. And hate because you’ll realize what crap is presented to you that sabotages your online dating results.
So let the Tinder Bio Massacre begin.
Good Tinder Bios For Men
Let’s start with bios that are considered ‘good.’
But are they really?
1. Just won a lottery worth ten million. So I’m really rich and single. I’m available for everyone.
Do you know what else you won? Spending the next weekend alone on your couch.
Breakdown: Too much bragging.
How to improve: This bio can’t be saved anymore.
2. Pros and Cons, then fill out your favorites.
Breakdown: People are inherently lazy. So encouraging anyone who reads your bio to put in any effort will backfire and lead to fewer matches.
How to improve: Make it easier for someone who reads your profile to respond. For example, you can ask her a simple yes or no question.
3. Two truths and a lie: I’m very flexible. I once won an eating contest. I’ve got enormous feet.
Breakdown: The core idea is not bad. By using contrast, you can show your personality’s different sights.
How to improve: To make it more powerful, use some facts that don’t come across as bragging.
4. Hello ladies, look at the last guy you matched, now back at me, now back to the last guy matched, now back to me… you know the rest.
Breakdown: Way too complicated! If the woman has to read it twice or think about what you wrote for a second, you lose her attention.
How to improve: It’s just too complicated to be saved. The idea lacks clarity to be saved. Your bio should be as easily understandable as possible.
5. Last time I was someone’s type I was donating blood.
Breakdown: The only issue I see with this one is it can fall into the category of “guy humor.” Things most men find funny, but most women don’t.
How to improve: If you want to use this one, you should first ask a female friend with a great sense of humor to look at it.
6. I love adventure – I’m a traveller keen to explore new ground
Creep mode activated! This bio is straight out of the how-to-write sleazy bio manual.
Breakdown: You’re being too sexual from the start.
How to improve: If you want to make your bio a bit more sexual, then whatever you write about has to be under the radar.
You have to use girl-friendly humor.
Flirty Tinder Bios For Guys
Let’s see if the most flirty Tinder bios will help you jumpstart a flirty conversation or a bitter rejection.
7. The square root of 69 is 8.3066238629 so Drake wasn’t wrong, he just rounded very lazily.
Breakdown: Pop-culture references can be a great way to show you’re not living under a rock. If you want to use a pop reference, make sure it’s something the woman you want to date can relate to. So if your dream girl is a giant Drake fan, this one could work.
How to improve: Consider if the type of girl you want is a Drake fan. If she isn’t, then don’t use this bio.
8. I’m a homebody. I’ve got the home, if you’ve got the body.
I guess someone typed into ChatGpt, “Give me a creepy bio, please.”
Breakdown: While it sounds clever, it’s way too sexual. And most women, even if they like your profile pictures, will not match with you because of this bio.
How to improve: Hit the delete button.
9. The only fabric I wear is husband material.
Stop f*ucking bragging!
Breakdown: If you’re talking about how great you’re, all she’ll do is wonder why you need to do that. And if she’s skeptical, then she won’t swipe right.
How to improve: It would be better to use a joke where you make fun of yourself.
10. Please send your resumes and cover letter to *insert email* as to why you think we’d be a good match.
Ah, qualifying… the ugly cousin of bragging.
Breakdown: The idea here is to show through your bio how selective you are and that you get a lot of matches. But you’ll create the opposite effect. The only question she’ll ask herself will be, “Why are you so desperately trying to prove how desirable you are?”
How to improve: Don’t ask in your bio that she needs to qualify herself.
11. Felt cute, might delete later.
Breakdown: It’s textbook girl humor and could work.
How to improve: For this bio to have maximum impact, your pictures must show your personality. Because you’re not sharing anything personal but just joking around.
12. “Feel free to add me to your to-do list.”
Breakdown: It’s borderline sexual, but it’s still okay.
How to improve: Don’t use this bio if you’re not sure you have great profile pictures.
13. “If we match, we’re getting married, right?”
Breakdown: This bio tries to be funny. I believe it was written by someone who had never met a woman but had to guess what women would find funny. All you’ll achieve with this bio is that she’ll think you’re desperate.
How to improve: You can’t.
14. I’m anything but simple despite my looks. I need an exceptional girl to make extraordinary things out of me. Are you that special girl?
Breakdown: This bio shows you’re not a confident man. You’re basically begging a woman to talk to you. It’s not a very sexy trade.
How to improve: Stay away from this one it cannot be saved.
15. You want friendship. You don’t want any serious relationship. If you can keep things in between that, we can be a better match.
Breakdown: This bio is way too clever. If your bio looks like you thought about it for a while, then women will think you’re trying too hard. It’s a sign you’re not so good with women.
How to improve: Think simpler and toss this one into the trash can.
16. Need a girl who can dazzle me with her great sense of humor. I need her sense of humor in excess. I don’t have any at all.
Breakdown: Okay, this bio seems to have been written by a writer on Fiverr who’s trying too hard to suck up to a woman. It’s way too needy.
How to improve: The only useful part of the bio is the self-damaging admission at the end that you don’t have any sense of humor. You can use it as a contrast by saying something positive about yourself and ending by saying you don’t have any sense of humor. Or make a funny joke first and say at the end of your bio something like my friends tell me I don’t have a sense of humor.
17. Don’t worry about one-night stands. Forget about the hookups and get laid things. Let’s get to know each other and see where things lead.
Talk is cheap. Don’t talk about that you want to get to know her, show her.
Breakdown: This bio tries to show that you’re looking for something serious. But it’ll have the opposite effect and make her more suspicious.
How to improve: Show through your texting you’re interested in getting to know her instead of talking about it on your profile.
18. I love kids. Don’t have any. I can’t have any myself, so I need someone to make them with.
No! Just NO!
Breakdown: It’s way too soon to talk about kids. And it’s also too sexual at the same time. A woman would look at this bio and think you’re expecting too much from a match. So they would swipe left on you as they’re afraid you’re too intense.
How to improve: Don’t talk about making babies with her in your bio.
19. I’m using Tinder to make friends. We can get together and have the worst date ever. What do you say?
She’ll say no!
Breakdown: It seems someone programmed Chatgpt to create a very needy and depressing bio. It just comes across as very desperate.
How to improve: I can only see this profile having any chance of getting matches if you rewrite the worst date ever part. It can be something like this: “All I can offer you is that you’ll have the worst date ever. :)” It would work together with some great profile pictures.
20. Have you been searching for so long? Tired of finding the right partner? Can you be the right partner for me, please?
Breakdown: Okay, the guy who created this bio was never hugged by his mom. Desperation is never sexy. Again bragging is not good, but talking about how desperate you’re is either.
How to improve: I can’t save this one.
21. Give me your attention. No drama queen is allowed here. Need someone to give me peace of mind.
Breakdown: Ah, the same old pattern. Let’s show her how picky we are, which will attract her. No, it won’t. It’s the same as you wouldn’t see someone on a diet go inside Macdonalds to tell employees how much they no longer need them.
How to improve: It’s beyond repair.
22. I’m very rich. I’m also funnier and sexier than your ex. You shouldn’t pass up my offer.
Breakdown: Instead of sounding cool, all you do is show her you have a very small d*ck.
How to improve: Instead of talking about how great you are, talk about your shortcomings. Or talk about how hard your work towards your achievement so you come across as humble.
23. Love yourself before expecting love from someone else. This way, you don’t feel worthless. You feel worthy of love because you’re a catch.
Breakdown: Great message but the wrong place and wrong time. This belongs inside a Tony Robbins event and not your bio.
How to improve: Don’t use generic quotes or philosophical statements in your profile bio.
24. Need someone so that I can focus on my career better. She will be my inspiration. My reason is to come home and work hard.
Breakdown: It’s fine to feel like this, but saying it in your bio will attract gold diggers.
How to improve: If you want to attract gold diggers, then you can leave it as it is. Otherwise, talk about your career in your text conversation and not in your bio.
25. Searching for someone to change my life positively. Someone that will love me enough to make me change whatever’s bad in me. Someone to inspire my change.
Breakdown: To everyone who writes articles online about creating a Tinder Bio, if you’re reading this, please stop hiring needy writers who never had a girl in their life.
How to improve: It’s too lame and would only work in a romantic comedy movie. In the real world, it’s beyond saving.
26. You’re handsome. You’re great. Thanks for appreciating.
And you’re full of yourself. So no match for you!
Breakdown: The goal here is to show how cool and funny you are. But you’ll come across as a lame douchebag.
How to improve: Don’t talk about how great you are.
27. Looking for a soulmate. Well, I’m right here. I’m very serious. I hope you are too.
Breakdown: It’ll make women suspicious if you talk about how serious you are. They’ll think it’s a trick to get in their pants.
How to improve: Don’t use this as your bio. Or follow up the looking for a soulmate with a joke women would find funny. For example: “I’m looking for a soulmate who can wait on the gasman tomorrow because I’m too busy at work.”
28. Don’t expect honesty. Expect satisfaction instead. But if you find honesty, never let it go.
Breakdown: Your goal is to get a date and not to give a philosophy lecture.
How to improve: A hard no on this bio.
29. I’m just a regular guy. I’m the guy whose puppy introduces him to the girls. And I won’t ever let you die a virgin, I promise.
Breakdown: The first part of the bio is fine.
How to improve: Cut the creepy last sentence. You can use the puppy part as a fun fact to tell about yourself.
30. I don’t think the Tinder bio section is enough to describe who I’m. You can experience it for yourself. All you have to do is swipe right.
Breakdown: The general idea here is good. You’re inviting her to take action and swipe right.
How to improve: If you have some decent pictures, this bio could work well.
31. I’m here only for hookups, not for LTR. What is your purpose? We could help each other out
Breakdown: It’s too forward and wouldn’t work. The equivalent would be approaching a girl in Starbucks and asking her, “Anal?”
How to improve: You would get better results by leaving your bio section empty.
32. I don’t have an active profile. I’m sorry about that. But only that special someone could ever make it active.
Breakdown: This one is okay. It’s not too braggy and also not too forward. It’s not my favorite choice, but you can try it.
How to improve: I would not talk about that special someone. I would call her the right match instead.
33. I think it’s time for you to rest now. You have been running in my mind for the last two hours. I just can’t stop thinking of you.
Breakdown: It’s a very cheap and sleazy pick-up line.
How to improve: Leave these pick-up lines where they belong, the 90s.
34. Kids learn from seeing others doing it. Legends learn from actually doing it. Let’s become legends together.
Breakdown: It’s a generic motivational quote you can easily find via a Google search.
How to improve: Don’t act like her life coach if you want to be her boyfriend.
35. I don’t feel right when I see you. Stop fixing me or anything for me though. Just fix a date, that’ll be awesome.
Breakdown: I guess the joke is to pretend to be already a couple here. If this were the Olympics and I were a judge, I would give it a 2 out of 10.
How to improve: Delete this one and start over without trying to be massively clever.
36. I’m not expecting dates or looking for a serious relationship, just cute girls or hot chicks to hire. My video views are not increasing, and someone told me to create an attractive thumbnail. Do you want to be my click-bait queen?
Breakdown: The twist of what you’re truly looking for makes it a funny bio. You can try this one if this humor is your thing.
How to improve: I predict it won’t get you too many matches, but the ones that do will like this sort of humor. So you can laugh about it together.
37. I’m the kind of guy your family would like to know more about. I’m also the kind of guy your neighbor already knows about. You just have to pick.
Breakdown: Even indirectly admitting you’re a creepy stalker is not a good idea.
How to improve: Avoid this profile like a fat kid should avoid the candy store.
38. I’m too busy. I don’t even have time to change my bio, but if I find her, the one, I will make time for her and still won’t have time for my bio.
Breakdown: Not my favorite because it’s a bit too needy. Still, it can work.
How to improve: Don’t talk about the one as it puts too much pressure on her. Instead, use a more funny term like Tinder Queen.
39. I went with a friend to an AA meeting. A girl there told me her biggest regret. It was not swiping right on my profile.
Bragging profile bios seem to be the no.1 trend these days.
Breakdown: Even though meant as a joke, this bio is too focused on showing what a great catch you are.
How to improve: Don’t talk about yourself as if you’re the price. Men that get a lot of female attention just get it and don’t talk about it.
40. If you’re reading my bio right now. If you think you need to swipe left. Better swipe right.
Breakdown: Don’t think about a pink elephant right now. Let me guess, you thought about a pink elephant. Well, she’ll have the same response here and swipe left.
How to improve: Don’t mention swiping left; only talk about swiping right.
41. If you don’t know if we are a match. How about you just swipe right. Do this for our kids at least.
Breakdown: It’s a very mediocre approach to flirting. Most likely, she heard something similar before online or in real life.
How to improve: The part that bugs the most is the kids part. I would exchange it with something don’t worry I don’t bite. But even then, it wouldn’t be my top recommendation for you.
42. Most people don’t know this. But I’m not a typical player. I’m a coach who just entered the dating field
Breakdown: With this bio, you’ll spend most of the time sitting on the bench, hoping one day to play.
How to improve: It’s not funny enough to get you matches. So the best thing you can do is to skip this bio.
43. Some want hookups. Some want to be serious. How about we just screw each other’s lives and leave suddenly.
The author was clearly hurt too many times by women.
Breakdown: You want to scare her with your humor into swiping right? If that’s your plan, I have to tell you that it’s a terrible strategy.
How to improve: DELETE!
44. I’m a professional certified bathroom singer. I’m looking for someone, professional or not, to sing a duet with. I can teach you.
Breakdown: This bio is okay because you’re saying you have a talent that is meant to be a joke, so it’s not braggy.
How to improve: I would change it from a bathroom singer to singing along with the radio expert. This way, there is no sexual underlying that you’re looking for someone to sing with under the shower.
45. I’m a businessman. Business is all I know. My love is on sale and looking for the perfect client to crack a deal with.
Breakdown: A bit too corny for my taste. Will Smith would have said a cheap pickup line like this in the TV Show Fresh Prince of Bel Air.
How to improve: Stay away from bios that remotely sound like cheap pickup lines.
46. Bad things happen to everyone. Some are just tragic. I never take revenge. I just go on a date leaving my wallet at home.
Breakdown: This is such a bad bio. I’m speechless. I guess ChatGpt screwed up here. You’re basically admitting that you’re a bitter a**hole.
How to improve: Forget you ever saw this bio.
47. Most think of me as very old. And some say I’m very young. The age in my bio is incorrect. First, you need to earn my trust.
Breakdown: To use humor to talk about your age is a good idea. But trying to qualify her to be ready to hear the truth is ineffective.
How to improve: If you’re afraid women will reject your profile because you’re too old, there are better ways to express it. For example, write something like: “I identify as a 20-year-old.”
48. Do you want to feel satisfied? Stop expecting too much in the first place. It’s that simple.
As Confucius once said, “Stop trying to be a philosopher on your Tinder Bio.”
Breakdown: It looks like a typical copy/paste philosophical quote.
How to improve: Talk about yourself instead of using generic quotes.
49. I’m saving myself for that special person in life. I hope she’s right here on Tinder. Could that be you?
She says no while swiping left.
Breakdown: This bio is too needy. Being needy isn’t sexy.
How to improve: It would be better to follow up the first sentence with a joke to not put pressure on her. For example, I’m saving myself for that special person in life who can beat me in Mario Kart.
50. While it sounds unbelievable, I’m smarter and wealthier than mentioned in the Tinder bio. I’m hotter in person too.
Right… and this is why you must say it in your bio. Who has ever heard of someone lying about their looks and wealth online?
Breakdown: This bio will let you come across as extremely arrogant.
How to improve: I said it once, and I’ll say it again, don’t brag about yourself on your profile. In fact, don’t brag about yourself ever. It’s much smarter and more believable if someone else talks about your qualities.
51. Most people are lonely. Most people are bored. All you need is someone to listen to your boring stuff.
Great advice you can share at your next meeting of the Dead Poet Society.
Breakdown: Generic quotes sound cool but are useless in getting you matches.
How to improve: Please don’t use philosophical quotes to show how sophisticated you are. It doesn’t reveal anything about your personality.
52. Hope you don’t see your life as boring. Maybe it is. Want to bring excitement to life? Then swipe right.
Breakdown: The invitation to take action is good, but the rest is too braggy for my taste.
How to improve: Add a small joke at the end that implies it’s a certain action that will bring excitement. For example, then swipe right for an epic ride. My advice is don’t use this bio at all unless you have amazing pictures.
53. Facebook is an addiction. I don’t think I can find Cinderella there. So I’m using Tinder without fail.
Breakdown: I think this joke was written by someone who had never used Facebook or Tinder.
How to improve: It’s too bad to save it.
54. I’m not so tall and dark. I’m handsome. What about you?
“Not interested,” will be her answer.
Breakdown: Talking yourself up will only backfire.
How to improve: Avoid bragging about yourself. It’s not a sign of confidence but a sign that you lack it.
55. People say a balanced home keeps your focus. All I need is a girl that keeps me focused on my career more than anything else.
Breakdown: I have a Dejavu. Didn’t we already read one like this? I guess ChatGpt was tired here and came up with a different variation of a terrible bio.
How to improve: As I told you before, this sort of bio will attract mostly gold diggers. So if that’s not your intention, avoid using this one.
56. You and I together already sounds like a miracle. Believe me when I say, together, we can make the list for the best couple in the bet awards. We wouldn’t even need to be celebrities to win the award.
Breakdown: “Do you say this to all girls?” That is what she’ll think. So this bio shows you would pick any woman to be your girl.
How to improve: Avoid in your profile bio giving her the impression that you would settle for any kind of woman.
57. I can only promise to love you. My love is so loyal and unconditional. Even my dog feels insecure sometimes.
Breakdown: Please, whoever wrote this, stop with the neediness.
How to improve: Don’t talk about loving her, it’s way too soon.
58. Got blocked on Facebook. It wasn’t for me anyway. I’m now on Tinder. It’s a new place, old game, baby.
Player Vibes Alert!
Breakdown: I guess it is supposed to be funny and flirty, but all it does will make you look creepy.
How to improve: Avoid talking in your bio that you’re a player. It will backfire, even if it’s meant as a joke.
59. My teddy bear broke up with me. Need a new one urgently. I would like to make her jealous too.
Breakdown: If this is your style of humor, then you’ll attract the right girl for you.
How to improve: To make the joke land even stronger, have a picture of you and your teddy bear breaking up in your profile.
60. Looking for someone fun. I’m looking for a partner in crime. Someone, we can do everything together.
Breakdown: This bio is okay if you want a serious relationship.
How to improve: Finish with a joke to avoid sounding too desperate. For example, I’m looking for a partner in crime. Someone to distract the security while I sneak into a Taylor Swift concert.
61. I’m the most likely to buy tchotchkes on Amazon while drunk. I’m the least likely to win at Mario Kart. I’m the most likely to go to sleep at a reasonable time.
Breakdown: If these are true facts about you, then feel free to use this one.
How to improve: The last part about sleeping at a reasonable time is overkill. It’s better only to have two things to compare. It makes the joke stronger by providing only two options to compare.
62. The most likely to try questionable street meat is me. I can do a better Gollum impression than Andy Serkis. I’ve got exceptional magic skills, specific sleight of hand.
Breakdown: It’s too braggy.
How to improve: Using a self-damaging admission is better than bragging about yourself.
63. I’m an extremely accurate snowball thrower. My cord management is both compulsive and flawless. I can touch my nose with my tongue.
Breakdown: It’s some crazy facts about you that you can use if they are true.
How to improve it: Preframe it before you mention all this stuff. Start with: “Here are some crazy facts about me…”
64. Would you rather be able to eat anything you want and not get fat? Or would you rather be well rested on one hour of sleep? Or would you relieve the stress with food?
Breakdown: Asking a question with two choices is a great way to encourage her to start a conversation with her.
How to improve: Cut the last question so it’s just two choices for her.
65. Would you rather be able to converse with all animals? Or would you rather be fluent in all human languages? Or would you rather not want to speak to animals at all?
Breakdown: It’s a good question you can ask to get her to reach out to you first.
How to improve: Delete the last question.
66. Pizza not working out, Bo Burnham, pineapple upside-down cake. Haunted houses, Childish Gambino, overwatch. I could never give up mint chocolate chip ice cream, chick lit, musical theater, or jeopardy.
Breakdown: Too much information! The bio resembles Billy Joel’s song lyrics of “We didn’t start the fire.”
How to improve: Pick one or two facts about yourself if you want to share them in your bio.
67. Dogs are overrated. The empire did nothing wrong. Burger King fries > McDonalds fries.
Breakdown: You’re trying too hard to make yourself stand out. This comes across as needy.
How to improve: You can share your opinion about something but preferably write about something that truly matters to you.
68. Cards against humanity is boring and lazy. Your body is not that cute. Jim and Pam are manipulative and cruel
Breakdown: I can just repeat my comment from above. This is trying too hard to get her attention.
How to improve: Pick something you truly think and not think she wants to hear.
69. Sitting in the traffic is more stress-relieving than having sex. Politics is a dirty game. What else would you like to know?
Don’t try this at home.
Breakdown: The question makes you sound like a conspiracy nut who still lives with his mum. It’s too aggressive after making the previous statements.
How to improve: I would exchange the first two statements for two facts about you and delete the last question.
70. I love dogs and would rather spoon a dog instead of you. I make a mean guac. I don’t know how to make anything other than guac.
Breakdown: You seem to use the wrong app since you have already found your 4-legged soulmate.
How to improve: This bio can’t be saved.
71. I know how to carry a tune. I could just burst into singing in public settings. I’m an excellent trivia partner though.
Breakdown: You don’t need to brag in your bio to get matches.
How to improve: Show it instead of talking about it. For example, have a picture of you actively singing on stage.
72. I will split the check, I own a Dj Roomba. I’m an unabashed jaywalker. I hate pizza and I’m held together by a team of specialists.
Breakdown: Too much information.
How to improve: Better to write about one or two memorable facts that make you stand out.
73. I’ve always known I’d be a border. I’m surprised how often I still fall on my ass. I’m very thankful for my life.
Breakdown: It sounds like three sentences thrown together at random by ChatGPT. Whoever wrote this, what made you think this will get women to swipe right?
How to improve: Delete this one.
74. I’ve always known the secret to happiness is gratitude. I’m still always surprised and humbled by how much I have in my life to be grateful for. I have so much to be grateful for?
Breakdown: This is a self-help quote and not a Tinder bio.
How to improve: Safe this for your motivational YouTube video, but don’t use it in your bio.
75. In the event of a zombie apocalypse. I’d immediately steal the Egyptian presidential yacht. Load it up with tater tots and Missy Elliot records.
Breakdown: The zombie apocalypse angle is not a bad idea. You can talk about any scenario you want, so there is a lot of room for you to be creative.
How to improve: Only use this one if you find it funny. Otherwise, it’s better to talk about things you would actually do.
76. In a zombie apocalypse, I would steal a yacht. Take it to the middle of the pacific and get my tan on. Life’s short anyway. I want to go out in style.
Breakdown: If you find it funny, you can use this one.
How to improve: I would delete the last statement to not talk about death. So the focus stays solely on the yacht joke.
77. If I were to describe my life with one song. I couldn’t really think of one. But it would be Hand in My Pocket (Alanis get me).
Breakdown: The idea here is not bad at all.
How to improve: Just pick a song that would suit your life. You can even rephrase it as my life’s theme would be…
78. If I were to describe my life with songs. The song that describes my life would be: God is a Woman by Ariana Grande, Titanium by David Guetta, and White and Nerdy by Weird AI.
Breakdown: It’s the same idea as above, but this time with multiple songs.
How to improve: Better to pick one song instead of multiple ones. The more songs you add, the more confusing it can be for the reader. And if she’s confused about your bio, she won’t swipe right.
79. Here are two truths and a lie, I was a Gerber baby. I once won a regional hot dog eating competition. Chrissy Teigen used my banana bread recipe on her secret food blog.
Breakdown: You’re trying too hard to get into a conversation with her.
How to improve; It would be more powerful to share two actual truths and a lie.
80. Two truths and a lie include, I’m double-jointed. My cat is in an extremely popular meme. I was bitten by a dolphin in Maui.
Breakdown: This bio is trying too hard to make you look interesting. And the more you try, the more skeptical she’ll be that it might not be the case.
How to improve: Pick one truth and a lie about yourself.
81. You shouldn’t buy Colgate whitening toothpaste. It’s said guaranteed whiteness in 14 days. It’s been two weeks, and I’m still Asian.
Breakdown: This one is pretty funny. It’s the best bio I have seen so far.
How to improve: If I were Asian, I would use this one.
82. Swipe in the direction you think is amazing the moment you get to my profile. Plot twist. I win both ways.
Breakdown: Encouraging her to swipe left is not a good idea.
How to improve: Don’t think about a pink elephant. If you’re like most people, you’ll think about a pink elephant. It’s basic psychology. So don’t mention the possibility of her swiping left on you in your bio.
83. I’m good at cooking amazing instant noodles. I’ve never been in jail before except when playing monopoly. I’m also very lazy.
Breakdown: If it’s true, then this bio is great. The combination shows you in a good light… that you’re a humble, down-to-earth guy.
How to improve: Delete the last part about being very lazy. And add two pictures supporting this bio in your profile. Upload a picture of you cooking instant noodles and playing Monopoly with friends.
84. Honestly, I’m just here looking for my parents. They disappeared one night a few years ago, and I heard I might be able to find them here. Please contact me if you have any pertinent information.
Breakdown: This one is outright weird and not funny.
How to improve: Write it on paper, burn it, and bury it.
85. Here’s something great about me that you might want to know. The last time I was someone’s type, I was donating blood.
Breakdown: Okay, we read this bio before. The only difference here is whoever copied it wrote more text before the joke. So I’ll repeat my comment from way above… The only issue I see with this one is it can fall into the category of “guy humor.” Things most men find funny, but most women don’t.
How to improve: If you want to use this one, you should first ask a female friend with a great sense of humor to look at it. If she approves this joke, then go ahead and use this one.
86. I’m one hell of a guy. I’m an outstanding gentleman, and the only things I can think of about me are all good. I’m the most interesting guy in the world.
You forgot to mention you’re also the loneliest guy in the world because no woman will swipe right on your profile with this bio.
Breakdown: This bio talks too much about how great you’re. You’ll come across as an arrogant douche.
How to improve: It’s dead on arrival and can’t be saved.
87. With all the amazing things you’ve seen, all the amazing things you know, you’d be crazy not to swipe right.
“Thank you, infomercial salesman.” This is her thought after reading this bio.
Breakdown: It sounds like an infomercial from the 90s. “If you call now, you’ll also get…”
How to improve: As a Tinder bio, this is a terrible idea. So you should move on and use something else.
Best Tinder Bios For Guys
Here is a list of the “best” Tinder bios the internet offers. I’m pretty sure some of them are the “best” bios to never get a match.
88. If you’re looking for a romantic evening, I’m probably not your guy. But if you want to watch Netflix and eat pizza, I’m your man.
Breakdown: This bio is good for creating contrast and setting the right expectation. But it won’t get you matches unless your pictures make her think, “Omg, I want to match with this guy!”
How to improve: This bio can work with the right pictures showing you in a positive light. Then you’ll look like a cool, down-to-earth guy.
89. I’m the good kind of bad boy. You know you want to swipe right.
Cheap pick-up line alert!
Breakdown: This bio makes you come across as sleazy.
How to improve: Don’t use it.
90. I’m the human equivalent of a Sunday morning hangover.
Breakdown: It means you’ll give her a constant headache? Like the one I got from reading this.
How to improve: Forget it.
91. I’m 6’3” but I promise I’m not a serial killer.
Breakdown: Don’t talk about your height in such a cringe way.
How to improve: If you want to mention your height because you’re tall, add a PS in your bio.
92. Just looking for someone who can appreciate my witty puns.
Breakdown: This one belongs in the pile of needy bios.
How to improve: It’s better to finish with something that will make her laugh instead of feeling sorry for you.
93. I’m an adventurer, but I also like my alone time.
Breakdown: Sharing two opposite things from each other is a good idea. It shows you don’t have a boring personality.
How to improve: Instead of saying adventurer, saying something more specific about you would be better.
94. I’m a dog person, but I’m also allergic to dogs.
Breakdown: If it’s true, you can use this bio.
How to improve: You can start the bio by saying, “I’ll share a random fact about myself.”
95. I’m a sucker for a good pun.
Breakdown: It’s way too generic and creates no emotional reaction.
How to improve: Tell her something that shows your personality.
96. I’m not a doctor, but I play one on TV.
Breakdown: Please leave the bad pick-up lines for sitcoms.
How to improve: Use something that highlights your personality instead of a funny pick up line.
97. I’m not a player, I just crush a lot.
Breakdown: Big Punisher would turn in his grave if he could see how his line is being used.
How to improve: Stick with something unique about you, then you’ll also have a profile bio she never read before.
98. I’m an open book, but only if you buy me a drink first.
Breakdown: It’s a great profile… if you’re a woman.
How to improve: This one can only be saved by saying I’m an open book and then adding a title that reflects your personality.
99. I’m a sucker for a good love story.
Breakdown: Another great profile for a woman.
How to improve: She won’t believe you and think you’re using it as a pick up line, so stay away from it.
100. I’m looking for my partner in crime. Are you up for the challenge?
Breakdown: It’s mediocre flirting at best.
How to improve: It would be better to be more specific about what kind of crime you need a partner for. If you’re a geek like me, you can joke like… I need someone to be my bodyguard when I play Magic The Gathering.
101. If I could be anything, I’d be a pirate. Arrr!
Breakdown: It’s a good question you can use to get to know her. Still, I wouldn’t use this bio in this form.
How to improve: It’s better to ask her this question in the bio instead of answering it yourself.
102. I’m the life of the party, but I can also be your perfect partner in crime.
Breakdown: This one is fine if it’s true.
How to improve: You can add something funny, showing that you t need to get used to the big city yet. For example, making myself very small to fit in the subway.
103. I’m not here to waste your time; I’m here to find my match.
Apparently not. Otherwise, you wouldn’t use this profile bio.
Breakdown: Another bio suggestion that will make you look like a giant douche.
How to improve: It’s too braggy, so don’t think about using it.
104. You can’t judge a book by it’s cover; you have to read it first.
Breakdown: Showing two opposite sides of your personality is great. But bragging in any shape or form in your bio is a terrible idea.
How to improve: Delete it and think of something that shows your personality without trying to show off.
105. I’m looking for someone who is as adventurous as me and can keep up with my crazy life.
And so is everyone else…
Breakdown: How is saying this out loud will help you get more matches? I have no idea.
How to improve: Burn it.
106. I’m a sucker for cuddles and Netflix marathon sessions.
Breakdown: Great advice for your next philosophers meeting. But it’s useless to put it as your bio.
How to improve: Start fresh, and don’t use generic quotes like this one.
107. Personality is more important than looks.
Breakdown: Good for you, but saying it on your Tinder bio won’t help you find her.
How to improve: Be specific about what adventurous and crazy life means. And even if you have an amazing life, just show it in your pictures and don’t brag about it.
108. I’m a sucker for snuggles and tv shows.
Breakdown: Another good profile for a woman but not for a guy.
How to improve: Don’t use sentences that sound like you only writing them because she wants to hear them. She’ll be skeptical and not believe and think you’re a player instead.
109. I’m just a small-town guy living in a big city.
Breakdown: Yes, and by saying a meaningless sentence like this, you convey you have zero personality.
How to improve: This is so bad that you can’t save it.
110. I’m not just a pretty face; I also have a brain.
Breakdown: This time, it’s not Netflix but tv shows. Very clever… I almost didn’t get the difference between this one and the bio above.
How to improve; Don’t use it. She’ll think you’re a player.
111. I may not have a lot of money, but I have a lot of love to give.
Breakdown: Someone programmed ChatGPT to create a bio based on what women want in romantic comedy movies from the 50s. Spoiler alert… real life is different than the movies.
How to improve: This bio is just FUBAR (F*cked up beyond all recognition).
112. I’m not just a pretty face; I also have a brain and a heart.
Breakdown: I see the writer became lazy and added one more adjective to describe himself in a bad Tinder bio.
How to improve: NO! Just NO!
113. Intelligence and humor are two of the most valuable things in life.
Breakdown: Put it as your screensaver, not your profile bio.
How to improve: Generic sentences won’t get you matches, so don’t use them.
114. Life is too short to be anything but happy.
Breakdown: Save it for your next hedonistic meeting.
How to improve: NO! *Facepalm*
115. I’m a work in progress, but I’m trying my best.
Breakdown: It’s somewhat funny. Use it in case you can’t think of anything else.
How to improve: Give an example of why you’re a work in progress. You can say that you’re cheating at Monopoly. But use something which is true.
116. I’m down for whatever, let’s just have some fun.
Breakdown: This bio only works if you have great pictures and are good-looking.
How to improve: Unless you look like Brad Pitt, avoid being too sexual in your profile bio.
117. I’m an easy going person who is looking for someone who is down for whatever.
Breakdown: It’s a slight variation of the last bio. The same things apply to this one. Use it only if you have great pictures and are good-looking.
How to improve: A general rule of thumb is that it’s better to avoid putting anything in your bio that looks like an invitation for sex
118. Want to get pizza?
Breakdown: It could be a good question to finish your bio. But as a stand-alone, it’s not enough.
How to improve: You need to write an entire bio before asking this question.
119. Future husband material.
Breakdown: Not if you’re saying it in your bio. You’re more like still single material.
How to improve: I understand the joke behind it, but it can make her think you’re full of yourself. So don’t use this bio.
120. On here to find someone to share my life with.
Breakdown: Don’t talk about your end goal in your bio. It’s like spoiling the end of a good movie.
How to improve: It’s cheesy and will make her think you only say this to get into her pants.
121. I’m a gamer, but I also like to go out and have fun.
Breakdown: This one is okay if it’s true.
How to improve: But it’s better to be more specific. Mention exactly how you like to go out and have fun.
122. I’m a movie buff who loves to quote my favorite films.
Breakdown: You can use this line as part of a good bio.
How to improve: Show her another side of your personality. So add something like this, “ But the last time I read a book was in High School.”
123. I’m an animal lover who can’t wait to adopt my first pet.
Breakdown: Don’t use this one. She’ll think you wrote it to impress women, but you might not mean it.
How to improve: If you love animals and have a pet the best way is to have a picture of you and your pet. It can be as simple as you walking your dog.
124. Dancer, actor, and all around creative guy.
Breakdown: Show, don’t tell. If you say it like this, it’ll look like you’re full of yourself.
How to improve: Use profile pictures that show her how creative you are.
125. I’m a fitness enthusiast who loves to go on runs and lift weights.
Breakdown: Same comment as above.
How to improve: Show it, and don’t talk about it. There is a reason the saying goes a picture says more than 1000 words.
126. I’m a bit of a geek, but I’m a cool geek.
Breakdown: Without proof, she’ll think the only two people thinking that are you and your mother.
How to improve: I forbid you to use this line.
127. I’m a bit of a nerd, but I’m a cool nerd.
Breakdown: It would only make sense to use this bio if, for example, you’re jumping off a cliff as a base jumper in one profile picture, and in another picture, you’re playing Pokemon.
How to improve: Just no! There are much better ways to create a bio that gets you matches.
128. Cat lover, dog lover.
Breakdown: Another generic line she thinks you’re using to get in her pants.
How to improve: Pick one. And explain why dogs or cats are better.
129. Recently single and ready to mingle.
Breakdown: This bio will make her spidey sense tingle, “Why are you single? Is something wrong with you?”
How to improve: Don’t mention it in your bio even if you recently broke up with someone.
130. I’m a sucker for romantic comedies and happy endings.
Breakdown: I don’t think I ever met a guy who doesn’t like a ‘happy ending.’ Though I’m pretty sure the author didn’t mean this kind of happy ending.
How to improve: The bio is not good and cannot be saved.
131. I’m a lover, not a fighter, but I can fight if I have to.
Breakdown: Are you talking to a bully or your potential soulmate?
How to improve: If you cut the last part and leave, “I’m a lover, not a fighter” then I can see this line as part of a bio for a French guy.
132. I’m a little bit country, I’m a little bit rock ‘n’ roll.
Breakdown: “And I’m a little bit bored.” This is what she’ll think reading this bio.
How to improve: Use something that fits your personality, not a generic line.
133. I’m a hardworking guy who is looking for someone to share my life with.
Breakdown: This would have worked in a personal ad in the 70s, but it won’t get you matches on Tinder.
How to improve: It’s too much too soon, so don’t try to use or improve it.
Elite Tinder Bios For Men
I don’t even know what Elite Tinder Bios means. I imagine these bios think they are better than anyone else. Well, let’s find out:
134. I don’t have covid.
Breakdown: Even during the pandemic, it wouldn’t have worked.
How to improve: That ship has sailed, so next.
135. “Would I rather be feared or loved? Easy, both. I want people to be afraid of how much they love me.
Breakdown: This is a better question to ask Tony Soprano or Walter White than talk about it with a woman you want to match.
How to improve: Ask her a “would you rather” question that doesn’t remind her of Game of Thrones.
136. Looking for someone to share a Netflix account and a fifty-piece McNuggets with.
Breakdown: Being cheap is a very attractive quality. NOT!
How to improve: You shouldn’t brag but shouldn’t say you’re a freeloader. If you want to make jokes about how cheap you’re, then do it over the top: You can talk about how you want to share a romantic candlelight dinner at Mcdonald’s.
137. I spend a lot more time than I’m willing to admit thinking about, at what point does warm bread become toast.
Breakdown: This bio is like Switzerland… neutral. It doesn’t do anything for you but doesn’t hurt you.
How to improve: The first part is good. You can use something more ridiculous, preferably something on anyone’s mind. For example, you can say: “Which movie should I see first, Barbie or Oppenheimer?”
138. Would you rather live on the beach or in a cabin in the woods
Breakdown: This bio has my blessing. It is an okay question to ask.
How to improve: Godspeed! You can use this one.
139. Make friends first, make sales second, make love third. In no particular order
Breakdown: Sounds more like something you would say to someone sitting depressed in a bar.
How to improve: It cannot be fixed. This bio appears more to frat boys than to women on Tinder.
Funny Tinder Bios
After so many bad bios, I could use a laugh. Let’s hope some of them are funny:
140. I have a fear of speedbumps, but I’m slowly getting over it.
Breakdown: This is such a bad joke that it could work.
How to improve: If you’re using a lame joke like this, make sure your pictures are great.
141. My mom says I’m the funniest person she knows
Breakdown: Mama’s boys are not sexy.
How to improve: Delete it and start over.
142. I’ve learned that life is one crushing defeat after another until you just wish Flanders was dead.
Breakdown: It works only on a Simpson fan, so it depends on the age range of the girl you want.
How to improve: If you want to get younger women, it’s better to use another reference they would get.
143. I just want to be friends, plus a little extra. Also, I love you.
Breakdown: I guess the neediness mode in ChatGpt was activated to create this bio.
How to improve: Do it like in Men in Black and forget you saw this bio. Yes, it’s that bad!
144. I’m the guy your parents warned you about – A van-opening candy salesman.
Breakdown: This joke belongs more in the “guy humor” category. So you’re barking at the wrong tree here.
How to improve: It’s better to use a less creepy joke. The first part is fine, but you can finish with something ridiculous like a guy crazy about Mario Kart.
145. I can’t promise you the world, but I can promise to buy you tacos every Tuesday.
Breakdown: This joke can work in North America.
How to improve: If you’re from somewhere else, you’ll fall on deaf ears with Taco Tuesday. Use a reference that the locals would understand.
146. I think the movie “Cars” has so much appeal because the cars speak to one another. You don’t get that with real cars.
Breakdown: This is so bad it leaves me speechless.
How to improve: No!
147. No question about it, I’m ready to get hurt again.
Breakdown: The danger of this bio is it can communicate you’re still not over your ex.
How to improve: Don’t talk about your ex in your bio.
148. “I’m Mat, and I’m hoping you don’t walk all over me.”
Breakdown: This is a funny bio you can use.
How to improve: Don’t use it if your name isn’t Mat.
149. “Cute enough to take your breath away, but smart enough to bring it back.”
Breakdown: It’s a bit cheesy but could work because of the contrast.
How to improve: Have pictures showing your “cute” and smart side. So upload a picture of you playing with your dog and reading a book, for example.
150. “So, kids, I swiped right, and that’s how I met your father.’ – You, after a decade.”
Breakdown: The joke is a bit complicated and might require someone to reread it to get it. And because you only have one chance to leave a good impression, you’ll waste it with a complicated joke.
How to improve: If you want to use humor in your bio, keep it simple.
Cute Tinder Bios
From my experience, every time a woman called me ‘cute,’ I never got her. So I’m not sure how helpful cute Tinder Bios will be. But maybe I’m wrong.
Let’s find out:
151. Am I cute? No. Do I have a nice personality? Also, no.
Breakdown: This profile is so bad that you could still lose your match if you did everything else right. Using self-deprecated humor is fine, but this joke is too much. It shows low self-confidence.
How to improve: Beyond repair!
152. ‘She’s All That’ is the ultimate Rom-Com. Change my mind.
Breakdown: A meme fan or someone into Steven Crowder wrote this profile. If you have otherwise a good profile, this bio can work to make women start the conversation with you.
How to improve: Make the movie choice based on the age range you’re looking for in a woman. Girls in their 20s might not know about this movie.
153. When you’re a kid, you assume your parents are soulmates. My kids are gonna be right about that.
Breakdown: This is better fitted to be an affirmation in a self-help seminar than on your Tinder bio.
How to improve: It’s too much to talk about finding your soulmate or having kids on your profile. So stay away from this topics unless you’re making a joke.
154. Two reasons to date me; you’d be the good-looking one, please.
Breakdown: Ah, the smell of desperation. A powerful repellent of women in real life and online.
How to improve: Avoid using this bio at all costs. It’s dog sh*t.
155. I am not a fan of cheesy pickup lines, but I can show you a gouda time.
Breakdown: This one is so bad that some women will take pity on you and reward you with a swipe.
How to improve: Your pictures better be top-notch if you want to go with this one. Otherwise, there are way better options.
Simple Tinder Bios For Guys
Does simple mean they’ll be effective? We shall see…
156. If life is like soup, I’m a fork.
Breakdown: Another line so bad, it could work.
How to improve: Don’t dare use this line without good pictures.
157. I always root for the underdog.
Breakdown: “Okay, and?” Will be her thought. It doesn’t reveal anything about you. But if the rest of your profile is fine, you’ll still get matches even with such a blend bio.
How to improve: You can use a funny comparison. I always root for the underdog, but I’m ruthless when it comes to Monopoly.
158. My dad’s credit card has a very high limit.
Breakdown: It could be funny if you’re still in your early 20s.
How to improve: But it is a turn-off if you post this bio in your 30s. So don’t use it.
159. Just on here to find my Tinderella.
Breakdown: ‘Tinderella’ is overused, especially since there is a popular YouTube video out with this name.
How to improve: You can’t.
160. I can do a mean Gollum impression.
Breakdown: It could work if you pre-frame this message so it cannot be perceived as bragging.
How to improve: You can add something like “I’m a man of many useless talents, one of them is…” Of course, only use it if you can make a Gollum impression because she might ask you to show your skills on your date.
161. Looking for a future ex-wife.
Breakdown: Guys are still using this line? Even when I started coaching over 10 years ago, this one was old.
How to improve: It’s a bad line that sounds cool but makes you look like a guy who never had a date. It cannot be saved.
162. Just trying to find my other half.
Breakdown: Way too needy.
How to improve: Only way to make it better is to add something funny. For example, “The other half of my delivery ordered.”
163. “Rebellious Aquarius who likes bending the spines of paperbacks.”
Breakdown: You have to be Aquarius! If you’re not, don’t use this bio. That being said, many women are into astrology, so I can see this bio working.
How to improve: You can make variations of this one using your signs. For example, I’m a libra. So I can say something like: “I’m a libra, and I can always tip the scale in my favor.”
164. “Journalist. Capricorn. Can speak 3 languages.”
Breakdown: Not bad at all.
How to improve: To make this bio work better, add an invitation to text you first at the end. For example, you could say, “Guess which ones?”
165. “Just an easy-going guy who talks too much and likes football.”
Breakdown: Finally, I found some bios by real people and not ChatGPT. If you’re into football, then you can use this bio. What I like about it is the damaging admission about talking too much. This proves the part about being easy-going.
How to improve: I have nothing to add. You can upload it.
166. “I couldn’t live without sunrises, cookie dough ice cream, or Wheel of Fortune.”
Breakdown: This one is also usable.
How to improve: Let her guess which is the last thing you cannot live without to improve this bio. Our brain loves to solve puzzles till completion. It’s called Zeignark Effect. So in the last line, instead of saying Wheel of Fortune, you could say ‘W***l o* F*****e.
Witty Tinder Bios For Men
I hope you’re ready to be dazzled by some ‘witty’ bios:
167. Hotel? Trivago.
Breakdown: Are you a spokesperson for Trivago or looking to find someone on Tinder?
How to improve: Don’t use this one. You’re not being clever or cute with this one. It shows you can’t think of anything proper to say.
168. I once broke up with someone for not offering me pie.
Breakdown: Avoid jokes that make you look psychotic.
How to improve: It’s really bad and shouldn’t be improved.
169. My mom can probably take us there if your mom can pick us up.
Breakdown: It can be funny when you’re 18 but sad when you’re older.
How to improve: The idea is bad unless you’re a teenager. And even as a teenager, I wouldn’t use this one.
170. If you ever feel bad about yourself, think about how some people pay for Tinder.
Breakdown: Putting others down can show you in a negative light, so avoid it. Remember, you only have one shot on Tinder to make a great impression. And since you only have a few seconds tops, you need to make them count.
How to improve: Finish the sentence with some joke that is unexpected and wouldn’t put anyone realistically down. For example, think about Where’s Waldo, the poor guy is still not found.
Creative Tinder Bios For Guys
I guess we’ll see some bios written by poets:
171. “Pros: Great at making pasta Cons: Can only make pasta”
Breakdown: I like this one.
How to improve: If you’re a bad cook, leave it as it is.
172. “2 truths and a lie: I’m double jointed. I have a 3-legged cat. I’ve been stung by a jellyfish in Hawaii.”
Breakdown: Too complicated.
How to improve: Keep it simple, like the bio above.
173. “Song that sums up my life: Red Solo Cup by Toby Keith”
Breakdown: Ah, a variation of one of the bios earlier.
How to improve: You can use this bio, but for extra credit, pick a song the kind of woman you want would like
174. “In a zombie apocalypse, I’d lock myself in a 7/11 and survive on Slurpees.”
Breakdown: Another one of those. It’s not so funny.
How to improve: To make this one work, think about what you like to do and use this in your bio instead of the Slurpees line.
Suggestive Tinder Bios
Time to get down and dirty. Let’s see how many of those bios will drop her panties.
175. “I can touch my elbow with my tongue.”
Breakdown: I doubt she’ll start thinking about p*ssy licking and not imagining a weird freak.
How to improve: It’s creepy and should not be allowed to use.
176. “Looking for a bad boy? Looks like you’ve come to the right place.”
Breakdown: No one who is truly a bad boy would have to say they are bad.
How to improve: Please don’t use this bio.
177. “72% gentleman, 28%…You’ll have to find out.”
Breakdown: I can see this line work over 10 years ago. But in today’s world, it can mean you’re transitioning from being a woman to becoming a man.
How to improve: Stay away from this one.
178. “Naughty or nice? You decide.”
Breakdown: Okay, whoever wrote this never seduced a woman in his life. Don’t use the same line Santa Claus uses to judge who gets a present if you want to turn a woman on.
How to improve: Ask her a better question she can decide on: “Mcdonalds and Mario Kart or a Fancy dinner?
Engaging Tinder Bios For Guys
Okay, I’m confused here. Aren’t all bios that someone reads “engaging” bios? Well, let’s find out what makes those special:
179. “Looking for someone to watch crime documentaries with.”
Breakdown: D-! It’s blend and wouldn’t trigger a response from her. But it’s still better than leaving your profile bio empty.
How to improve: Make sure your profile pictures are good if you want to use this one. That’s the only way you’ll get a match with her.
180. “Would you rather never be able to eat potatoes or only ever be able to eat potatoes?”
Breakdown: If she likes you, she’ll match with you and answer this question. But if she is unsure, she’ll swipe left on you.
How to improve: I would pick a better question to ask than about potatoes.
181. “I dare you to send your best pickup line.”
Breakdown: As a stand-alone bio, it’s useless.
How to improve: As a last sentence after a proper bio, you can use this one to invite her to contact you first.
182. “Unpopular opinion: Pineapple belongs on pizza.”
Breakdown: This bio will do you more harm than good. It’s boring and very generic.
How to improve: Delete it.
Romantic Tinder Bios
Romance is in the air. Guess these bios promise you that a bio is enough to make her fall in love with you. Spoiler alert: It’s not!
183. I’m looking for my other half. Are you out there?
Breakdown: This bio has desperation written all over it.
How to improve: Delete the last question. And make a funny remark that you talk about something else besides finding your soulmate. For example, you’re missing your left shoe or left sock.
184. I’m looking for someone who can appreciate my amazing sense of humor.
Breakdown: I think this is my no.1 pick for bios that make you sound like a giant douchebag.
How to improve: You can’t.
185. I may not be the best-looking guy around, but I’m smart and funny and that’s what counts.
Breakdown: Someone programmed ChatGPT to write profiles in wuss mode.
How to improve: It’s too bad to save it.
186. I’m looking for someone who can appreciate my wit and intelligence.
Breakdown: Another bio from the wuss collection.
How to improve: Throw it into the trash can where it belongs.
187. I know I’m not the best-looking guy around, but I’m a good person and that’s what counts.
Breakdown: ChatGPT, let’s see how many more wuss bios I can find from you.
How to improve: No one could save this one. I know… I said don’t brag, but you won’t use this bio if you have self-respect.
188. I’m looking for someone who can appreciate my sense of humor and intelligence.
Breakdown: Another profile written by a very sensitive AI.
How to improve: It’s too needy to turn this into a decent bio.
189. I’m a nice guy, but I can also be a bad boy.
Breakdown: Nope, you can’t. All you are saying is you’re a wuss who wishes he could.
How to improve: It would be better to show the contrast between how nice and “bad” you are in your photos.
190. I’m looking for someone who can appreciate my good qualities and overlook my bad ones.
Breakdown: This bio makes you look desperate. A quality that women don’t find sexy.
How to improve: Show it through texting rather than talking about it in your bio.
191. I may not be the richest guy around, but I’m blessed with intelligence and humor.
Breakdown: This profile bio looks like it got bullied and beat up in high school.
How to improve: Burn it and bury it.
192. I’m looking for someone who can appreciate my intelligence and sense of humor.
Breakdown: As Dj Khaled would say, “Another One!”
How to improve: Stay away from wuss profile bios like these.
193. I know I’m not the best-looking guy around, but I have a lot to offer.
Breakdown: Get me my barf bag. I’m getting an overdose of wussness.
How to improve: Growing some balls and writing a different profile.
194. I’m not a perfect person, but I’m perfect for you.
Breakdown: It’s hard to pick which ones of these bios I hate the most.
How to improve: I’m speechless about how to improve it. Yes, it’s that bad.
195. I don’t need a lot of things in life, but I do need someone to love me for who I am.
Breakdown: Get the guy who wrote this a blanket and cuddle him because no girl will.
How to improve: You can leave the first part and make the last part less needy. Talk about how you can’t live without coffee in the morning, for example.
196. You can’t judge a book by its cover.
Breakdown: Sounds like a line you can put up as a fridge magnet and not use in your bio.
How to improve: I said it once and I’ll say it again don’t use generic quotes in your bio.
197. I may not be the best-looking guy on Tinder, but I have a heart of gold.
Breakdown: No way this bio has ever been tested successfully. Why are people recommending this to guys?
How to improve: It’s really bad. Don’t use it.
Best Tinder bios for guys looking for relationships
Let’s see if these bios will help you get a girlfriend:
198. Let’s do something radical: turn on Netflix and watch the movie.
How to improve: Give her an example of something drastic that you enjoy doing and isn’t expected.
199. If you’re kind, cool and honest, I’ll try to hold your hand.
Breakdown: Another bio from the wuss collection.
How to improve: Avoid this bio. It’ll kill your chances of getting matches even if you have good pictures.
200. Steal my sweater and put your cold feet on me already.
Breakdown: Even if she does those things, talking about them in your bio is too soon.
How to improve: Don’t mention typical relationship stuff in your bio. In other words, don’t use this one.
201. Relationship goal: us doing the lift from Dirty Dancing.
Breakdown: This movie reference could work for someone in their 40s or 50s.
How to improve: If you want to date younger women, then you should use movie references they are familiar with.
202. Which song would you choose if you could listen to only one song forever?
Breakdown: As a question, it’s fine.
How to improve: I would use this question not as a stand-alone bio but as a question to ask at the end of your bio.
203. Do you like my sweater? It’s made of boyfriend material
Breakdown: We had the same one before, but it’s boyfriend material this time.
How to improve: Delete it and leave the corny pick-up lines where they belong… in 90’s movies.
204. I am now taking applications for a girlfriend. She must be certified in telling me I’m worth it and cuddling. Swipe right to inquire within.
Breakdown: Enjoy receiving 0 applications with this bio. It’s way too needy.
How to improve: The idea behind it can be used. I wouldn’t talk about the position of a girlfriend but more about the position of a Mario Kart copilot. Something that is funny and doesn’t show you’re desperate.
205. I may not be the best cook or even decent, but I know how to whip up a fantastic order with Uber Eats. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Breakdown: It’s not the best bio, but it also isn’t the worst. So you can use it if you cannot come up with something original.
How to improve it: Make it more specific. Give an example of how bad of a cook you are.
206. I’m looking for someone to dance around with me in the refrigerator light, sing in the car, and get lost upstate. Yes, this is all from a Taylor Swift song.
Breakdown: Could work on a woman who is a Taylor Swift fan.
How to improve it: Before you use it, ask yourself if you want to attract women that are Taylor Swift fans. If not, then pick something else. Also, if you’re not living in the US, upstate will have no meaning.
207. I’m ready to fall madly in love, break up, and then dramatically reunite decades later. Bennifer who?
Breakdown: It’s a bit too complicated. Plus, if someone doesn’t get the pop reference of Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, then this joke will not land.
How to improve: Keep your bio simple. This one is too clever and might require her multiple times to read it before she gets the joke. And if she has to reread it, it’s easier for her to swipe left.
I need a beer after this.
How about you?
You still good to go?
Okay, let’s check out the most common bio mistakes guys make.
Top 5 Tinder bio mistakes that cost you all your matches
If you have barely to no matches on Bumble, Tinder, and Co., you might make some of the following mistakes.
Mistake #1: Being too sexual
There is a time and a place to talk about sex.
And it’s definitely not your profile bio.
Everything that can be misunderstood will be misunderstood
So if you write something sexual, even as a joke, women will assume you’re creepy or you ain’t getting any.
Mistake #2: Bragging
Many dating experts will tell you…
You must portray yourself as a “high-value man” to get matches.
And they’re right.
But what they get wrong is the way how to do it.
You never brag about how ‘selective you are.’
Women can see right through this act.
It’s the difference between a guy who rents a Lamborghini to pretend to be rich or Bill Gates driving around in an old Volkswagen Beatle. Bill doesn’t need a Lamborghini to show off his wealth.
The same goes for online dating.
A guy who gets many matches will not discuss it in his bio.
He is too busy texting with his matches.
And if he doesn’t like a particular one, he will simply not reply to her.
Mistake #3: Revealing too much information
Don’t share your entire life story on Tinder.
It kills all the mystery.
It’s like if you would see a trailer, and the trailer gives away everything that will happen in the movie.
Would you still watch it?
I guess not.
Mistake #4: Trying way too hard to impress her
It’s quite similar to bragging, but there’s a slight distinction.
If you try too hard to show how funny and amazing you are, it demonstrates to women you probably aren’t getting female attention.
The subconscious conversation they’ll have in their heads will go something like this:
“He seems to try hard, so girls do not like him.
Why do they not like him?
What’s wrong with him?”
You want to avoid triggering this conversation in her head at all costs.
Mistake #5: Leaving the profile bio almost empty
If your profile pictures are great, you’ll still get matches even if you don’t have a profile bio.
That being said, if you have a decent bio, you’ll get more matches than without one.
Having no bio at all shows you’re lazy as hell.
Some women will think: “If you don’t even take 5 minutes to write something about yourself, you must be pretty unreliable.”
In their head, you will probably be late for the date or not show up.
So why take the risk and swipe right on you instead of going for another guy?
According to Statista, only 24,2% of users on Tinder are women.
Simply put, Tinder is rigged in women’s favor.
Now you know what you should avoid doing.
But the question remains what type of bio should you use to get matches?
How to write the best bio suited for you
This bio is simple to create and very effective.
Because women are curious about your personality, there are certain things they wonder about:
This bio helps them to better understand you and makes them curious to know more about you.
Here’s how to write the Interesting Fact Bio:
- Say you’re not sure what to write in your bio…
- Follow up by sharing one unknown fact about you: “I’m afraid of heights, but I still went skydiving once.” Preferably you share a weakness of yours and how you overcame it. It demonstrates that you’re an honest guy with nothing to hide.
- Tap yourself on the back because now you have a unique bio that no one else on the planet has.
Bonus Tip: You can end your bio with an invitation that makes it as easy as possible for her to contact you first. Believe it or not, most women worry about making texting mistakes.
Check out Matthew Hussey, the leading female dating coach, and you’ll see his texting videos get millions of views from women all around the world.
Nobody would watch Matthew’s videos if all women were naturally great at breaking the ice via text.
Now could another bio get you matches as well?
Sure, you can also use other bios.
But then you must experiment. And experiments take time and can be frustrating, especially if you’re not sure what you are doing.
So unless you’re planning to open a Tinder bio lab, you’re free to use my Interesting Fact Bio now, get results, and show your middle finger to the 300+ bios online.
And maybe, just maybe, you can come back later and start experimenting because you want to deepen your knowledge about the psychology behind a good bio.
Quick tips to give your bio a boost
There are many ways to write a bio to get more matches on Tinder.
But even a bio written by Hemmingway himself will not get you matches if your profile pictures suck.
So work on your pictures first before you improve your bio. And even then, you must have the algorithm on your side.
You can have the best bio and pictures in the world, but it’s useless if no one sees it.
If you’re not sure how the algorithm works, don’t worry.
I explain how it works in my article: How to get more matches on Tinder.
What to do after you match with her?
You pimped your bio, and you got a match.
But now what?
I got your back.
Your Efficient Dating Advisor,
Herman The German
Frequently Asked Tinder Bios Questions
What should I put in a good Tinder bio?
A good Tinder bio should reveal something about your personality or create an emotional response. In other words, share something to help her imagine what it would be like to date you. Or make her laugh so she feels positive about swiping right.
Do Tinder bios actually matter?
A good bio is important, but your profile pictures matter more. So over 80% of your effort while creating a Tinder profile should be dedicated to picking the right images to convey your personality.
Should guys put height in the Tinder bio?
If you’re tall, adding your height to your bio can help you get more matches. Put it as a PS under your regular bio. But if you’re short, you shouldn’t mention your height. Don’t worry. Your height is not the most important factor in whether a girl will swipe right. I have plenty of short clients who consistently get matches with attractive women on Tinder.