”s and received a 50% success rate (If you count “Is your tongue pierced? Please feel free to use them for yourself – and if you know of a GREAT opener, hit me up and let me hear it! For example, I came across a guy on Tinder who shared solo (shirtless) photos and a short bio, but on Bumble his photos featured himself with teammates (and with his mom! But of course, I’m currently active on not two but FIVE different dating apps, so who am I to judge?In Conclusion: In general, I felt a better vibe from the guys on Bumble than on Tinder, but there’s a high risk involved.So I (fearfully) opted to download and create profiles on not one but five of the most popular dating apps, and I committed to spending a full month as a member of each.I did this for myself, of course, but I also did it for my friends, my peers and for acquaintances. After graduating, moving, and settling into a new life, I realized something: I’ve been single for a long time, and I’m tired of it.
And foreign boyfriends don't like to carry their handbag.
I did, however, test out a bunch of different conversation starters to see which get the best responses. Also, I saw several different guys who were active on both Tinder and Bumble.