Writing ‘Butter Chicken’ On Your Tinder Bio Can Get You More Matches & Swipes!

Food In Your Tinder Bio

If you’re young, single and have a lot of time on your hands, you probably have Tinder on your phone. And you’re probably trying to find ways to make sure that you get as many matches as possible in your search for ‘the one’ or the ones. And while none of the techniques your friends’ group floats around may work — there is one that might. A recent study revealed that writing about food in your Tinder bio increases your chances of getting matches.

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According to a recent study conducted by Zoosk, those who referenced food in their bio boosted their popularity with potential partners. So if you want those matches, your bio should be talking about food. To understand exactly how important food is for love they studied 3,733,185 dating profiles and 364,609,566 first messages. So they know what they’re talking about. And apparently certain foods do better than others.

Mentioning foods like guacamole, potatoes and chocolate are particularly effective. Users who had put these foods up in their description had 0ver a 100 per cent more incoming messages than the average. Because this was a US based study, we have a feeling that butter chicken or momos might do better in our country.

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Food In Your Tinder Bio

Also the era of meat eaters on Tinder is fading fast. In 2015, mentioning that you’re a vegetarian on a message would result in 100 per cent fewer messages than the average. But now, things have changed. Vegetarianism is a plus. Messages that mention vegetarianism receive 3 per cent more replies than the average and bios that mention vegetarianism get over 52 per cent more replies than average.

So next time you’re swiping, you should consider adding a few potatoes to your bio. Who knows how it might help!

Read the full report by Zoosk here

Photo Courtesy Of: Tinder & Wikimedia Commons

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