These are the 30 most swiped right people on Tinder
Here lie the world’s 30 most attractive people – according to Tinder. Out of the billions of swipes made every day, these gals and guys have clambered through the crowds to become Tinder famous – but who are they?
The Tinder elite are aged 18 – 34 and have a wide variety of digital dating tactics. Some prefer dates at laser quest, and others bizarrely put on foreign accents on dates to catch the gaze of their admirers.
The latest issue of Cosmopolitan has interviewed all 30 of the high-flying Tinder users to snatch their pearls of wisdom – try and knock them off their pedestals by stealing their best lines…
Alison has a joke instead of a boring biographical Twitter bio, and she says that people reply 90% to her opening line, which is a GIF of a woman waving frantically.
Amy doesn’t have a bio, but instead hopes Hall & Oates’ song You Make My Dreams will get people’s attention, as it’s linked to her profile. She insists she’ll never be the first to talk to a potential match…
Chris’s bio says he loves the simple things in life, like country walks and his opening line is: “Is there a boyfriend I should be concerned about?”
Ellie says her best date was visiting hidden waterfalls in Greece, and that she’ll swipe right for humour – a funny bio is always a winner, she says.
David reckons simplest is best when it comes to chat up lines, and usually introduces himself to a match with “Hey, how are you?”. David’s most “crazy” date ended with shots in a tapas restaurant – the waiter was third-wheeling and doing shots too.
Ciaran says he rarely opens the conversation, but when chats do get to date-level, the best he’s been on involved a game of mini golf which was sacked off halfway round the course because he was getting on so well with his date. Adorbs.
Charlotte describes herself as “a shortie” in her Tinder bio and says her best date was a visiting to a racing track.
Callum jokes that he’s an EastEnders stunt double in his Tinder bio, and says his best date was pretending to notice the subtle differences between gins at a gin tasting.
Bex opens conversations with a funny GIF, and says funny pictures, rather than vain ones make her swipe right.
Postgrad student Peter puts his success on the app down to personalising his messages to new matches. His biggest turn on? If it’s clear his matches have lives outside of social media.
Rebecca jokes in her Tinder bio that she’s not as grumpy in real life as she seems in her pictures, and says her best date was also her worst, as oysters at the beach were great, but made her fill ill later.
Sandro uses a Joey Tribbiani GIF from Friends to say hello to potential suitors, and says a pretty smile makes him swipe right without hesitation.
This label-free, gender non-conforming Tinder user Sean has warned “people that look the part, but only exude beige” are their biggest turn-offs.
Tom is a semi-professional footballer from Brixton. He says his opening line of the love heart eyes emoji works more that 50 percent of the time.
He’s a student in Bristol, but his Tinder bio simply says “London boy” as he grew up there. His classic opening line is: “Tell me an intersting fact about yourself.”
The 21-year-old retail assistant from York says she swipes right on a really good smile.
“‘I find you a-peel-ing’ with a banana emoji,” is a great opening line according to the student from Leeds.
Immy’s opening line is “Hola!”
Jamie is a production Manager in London. When asked about her best ever date she said: “The one where just before the date came to an end, he asked me what other skills I was hiding. I told him that I could sing, so he called his friends and we went to a karaoke bar until 4am.”
The 28-year-old Business Consultant from London has a very simple Tinder bio. “Live and work in London.” Apparently that’s all it takes.
Laura’s opening line is “Now then…” or “You’ll do”. If they respond she asks them about their favourite crisps.
Pablo swipes on people who look natural and whose photos were taken by others. We guess that means selfies are a no no.
“Down to earh guy looking for mates and dates. Love to tavel and any excuse to see the world and explore new places,” is what Nottingham student Danny says in his profile.
The Tipperary Irish dancer goes into a bit more detail on his profile: “Southern-Irish guy. Dancer in Riverdance and have travelled the world touring. Now teach kids. Primary-school teaching degree with German. Model. Love all sports; athletics, football, tennis. Animal lover – especially dogs!”
26-year-old David is a compliance worker from Bradford. He says that nice hair is always a bonus!
31-year-old operation director John says Snapchat filters are a total turn off.
Sales assistant Robyn from Dundee’s opening line is nothing. She always lets them speak first.
London-based cabin crew manager, Vitalijus’ Tinder bio reads: “I like it simple and honest. Chemistry is all that matters. Terms and conditions apply.”
“Would you rather have your commute narrated by David Attenborough or your internal monologue by Morgan Freeman,” is this London account executive’s go-to.
The project manager from Surrey’s bio says: “Cam in a black Benz, left in a white one.” We guess it must work for him