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Here’s When You Should Be Swiping To Get More Matches, According To Tinder

Is there anything more depressing than going through 100 swipes and not getting a single match? Turns out your profile might not be the problem. Tinder has just released their 2018 data in their ‘year in swipe‘ report. And that includes the best time to swipe if you want to get more matches: between 6 […]

Is there anything more depressing than going through 100 swipes and not getting a single match? Turns out your profile might not be the problem.

Tinder has just released their 2018 data in their ‘year in swipe‘ report. And that includes the best time to swipe if you want to get more matches: between 6 and 9pm on a Monday, to be exact. 

The MH team reckons this might be down to a bad weekend: perhaps her dates on Friday and Saturday didn’t go to plan, so she’s left trawling through tinder looking for more potential matches. 

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Fortunately, there were some other key stats that help with finding the one. 

The year in review study found that men who included ‘surfer’, ‘doctor’, ‘military’, ‘traveller’, or ‘scholar’ in their profile had more matches than their competition.

You’re probably also going to want to set up drinks for your first date – a little social lubrication. Well, best to include vino in your profile. Globally, wine was the most popular drink closely followed by beer. 

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Previously, research found that reading sci-fi and fantasy makes you a better lover. Tinder users must have caught on: Harry Potter was the most popular celebrity in bios, ahead of Drake and Kanye. 

But if words aren’t your thing and you’re not quite sure how to describe yourself, you might be best off using a few emojis. The top 10 emojis that seemed to do the trick were:

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By Mens Health Staff

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