These are some of the most swiped right people on Tinder
The world of Tinder can seem like a confusing and nerve-wracking place, with their being a host of different variables that can have a major impact on how well you do on the platform. What should your bio be? What photos should you use? What should your opening line be? All of these are part of the rich tapestry that makes up the incredibly successful dating app and, of course, some people know what it takes to be a success when it comes to Tinder.
However, for the majority of us, there seems to be no clear science to how we consistently land ourselves a date. Thankfully, though, Tinder has released a list of the 30 most swiped right people on the platform. While we won't bore you with all 30 - no one wants to take in that much information - here are the pick of the bunch. Be warned, however, they have one thing in common: they are all frustratingly good looking.
David, 29, is a compliance manager from Bradford, UK and keeps it relatively simple when it comes to his profile and opening line. All he has in his bio is his name and location, and his opening line? Well, it's simply: "Hello :)"
Immy, 18, is a student from Surrey, UK. Again, her bio is simple, with it just being: "Happy chap." In terms of her opening line, Immy likes to confuse her potential suitors, sending a simple: "Hola!" leading to them believe that she is Spanish.
Vincent is a 23-year-old student from London, UK. He's proud of his hometown and shouts it out in his opening bio, which reads: "London Boy." When it comes to starting up a conversation, Vincent asks his potential suitors to tell them an interesting fact about themselves.
24-year-old Amy doesn't have anything in her bio, instead, she set her Spotify anthem to be Hall & Oates' 'You Make My Dreams.' When it comes to the conversation, the marketing assistant believes in letting the man go first.
When it comes to his bio, Chris, a 25-year-old corporate investigator is pretty wordy, explaining that he "loves the outdoors and dogs. Value laughter, a good Negroni and the simple things in life. Ideally looking for someone to build a fort with in the living room of a Sunday." Then, when he has to open the conversation, Chris cheekily asks: "Is there a boyfriend I should be concerned about?"
Emily, 21, is obviously proud of her educational achievements, with her degree subject being the basis of her Tinder bio. Amy has no problem with opening the conversation and tends to target something in their pictures to make for an interesting conversation.
Peter, a 24-year-old postgraduate student, uses the hostile UK political climate to his gain, writing: "Irish Citizen with a British accent. If you need an EU passport without arousing the suspicions of your Brexit family, I’m your man." However, not only does he excel in his bio, Peter also personalises his opening messages for each woman he talks to.
Obviously not short of self-confidence, 29-year-old Emily's bio is spectacular: "Tolerant of your beliefs, judgemental of your shoes. Future MILF." When it comes to conversation, Jamie is just as brash, saying that men "always talk to me first."
So there you have it: eight of the most successful people on Tinder. Sadly, there's no clear link other than their looks. So, if like the majority of us, you are bang average - it's back to the drawing board for you.