Lives with mom. No job. Hates vegetables.
We’re always told to put our best foot forward when it comes to anything in life: networking, applying for jobs, and dating. But dating has changed so much in the last ten years in part because dating apps have become so popular and prevalent: We are competing against thousands of other people. Because of the amount of selection, we often feel obligated to list our awesomenesses and skip over our flaws. On Tinder it seems that everyone loves the outdoors, does CrossFit, travels the world, and “works hard, plays harder.” But what if we were honest about how we really see ourselves?
We have some of the best and funniest Redditors revealing their actual personalities behind the dating profiles.
I spend multiple hours per day doing absolutely nothing productive, then I get a spur of inspiration and become extremely productive for an hour or so. During that time, I hypocritically judge others around me for not being productive. (SquatyPotty)
Same, except I always have to stop in the middle of the hour to masturbate for some reason. (I’m a student and I do homework in my room) (SwimmingBare)
Mine would probably say “If you see me naked you’ll be surprised with the averageness of my wiener compared to how big I am. I make an okay amount of money and drive a Ford. I drink way too much beer and eat horribly. I’m the kinda guy you go for when you’re in your late 20s to early 30s and all your girlfriends are already married and you finally decide ‘eh he’s good enough.’ I will probably not live up to good enough though. (NiceAndSoftNonErect)
The same thing 90% of people on dating sites would say if they were being completely honest:
I’m doing this online dating thing because I’m kinda lonely, a little horny, but mostly ambivalent about dating. So chances are that unless you’re really hot or just generally out of my league, I’ll probably just flirt with you a little online then lose interest. (giverofnofucks)