A few good pictures, a dark grey background and hilariously written pointers about him in a formal font would definitely want anybody to swipe right on him.
Dating apps are supposed to make finding a partner much easier, but with all the tough competition, it could be difficult to get a match. Judging someone based on a few pictures and a few not-so-well-written pick-up lines isn't really promising. After all, there isn't a school teaching any skills on how to get this right. One guy on Tinder took his profile to another level. He used the skills he already had to bring out his personality through the profile. 26-year-old Kyle's profile can't be missed as he used a novel PowerPoint presentation format to reflect what dating him would be like. A few good pictures, a dark grey background and hilariously written pointers about him in a formal font definitely want to make us swipe right on him.
Reddit user u/sassylady88 shares "Kyle likes to go above and beyond." The post received more than 100k upvotes, which makes us wonder how many more matches he fetched on the dating app.
His opening slide states: "Why you should go on a date with me." The second slide shows him playing Jiu Jitsu and the pointers read, "I have hobbies other than getting drunk with my friends; lots of potential traveling for tournaments!; Essentially a professional cuddler." The next slide highlights "additional info:" he won't be sending any unsolicited pictures, can cook well and also tells us where his sense of humor comes from. If this wasn't convincing enough, he even supplied a wonderful graph that tracked his actions before, during and after the first date. The graph demonstrates a direct relationship between the sequence of events and his happiness and meme-sharing, as well as an indirect relationship with his sadness.
After presenting a visual aid, his last slide concludes the reviews his profile has received, which definitely got a good laugh out of us. It's five stars from our side for sure and from the viewers' end as well. "If that before/during/after graph doesn't seal the deal for you every time, I'm not sure what would," commented u/casman_007. "Kyle has finally cracked the code of showing us all how PowerPoint can be exciting and fun. Corporate America: Listen and learn," wrote u/Ok-Hamster5571. "If this doesn’t produce incredible return and results, then there’s little hope for the rest of us," added u/bigwall79.
Sorry to disappoint people but I shaved the stache :/ https://t.co/beRv9EbaCW— Kyle Lewis (@KyleRRLewis) February 1, 2023
One woman was also not behind when it came to making a dating profile unique. Shan disclosed her credit score on her dating site, which resulted in an unexpected turn of events. She has a fantastic credit score of 804, and the comments she received were fascinating. She posted a selfie with the caption, "Added my credit score to my Hinge profile, and here's how it went."
She revealed the ten responses she got from her dating app matches. One of her matches, Aaron, wrote, "All I needed to see. Drinks next Thursday?" Michael exclaimed, "Great flex." "Lmao, I have never seen this on here. Respect though," wrote a person. She shared her idea behind this disclosure to Buzzfeed, "I had the idea of adding my credit score to my Hinge because I wanted my profile to stand out and attract guys with similar priorities. I felt like a guy that would find my credit score impressive would also be someone that prioritized his finances."