Two Friends Recreate All The Dating Profile Stereotypes You See While Swiping Through Tinder And They’re Ridiculously Accurate

After noticing certain trends on dating profiles on apps like Tinder and Bumble, two Portland-based best friends recreate the looks for the Instagram profile 'swipemetotheendoflove' and it’s so real it’s ridiculous.

If you’ve ever spent time on a dating app like Tinder or Bumble, you’ve probably seen dozens of pictures of dudes holding a fish or girls doing yoga. In fact, there’s a good chance you’re one of these people. If you fall into this category, your lack of originality is a bit of an FML, but is also in line with a number of studies that show that certain things work better than others in pictures, for example.

That doesn’t mean that all of these profile cliches work. For example, photos of guys with dogs tend to do well, whereas photos of guys with babies don’t. And yet, both stereotypes are rampant.

Jesse and Crystal are best friends from Portland, Oregon, where they pass their free time the same way so many of us do these days: on dating apps. About a year ago, they first noticed the cliche of the guy holding a fish and thought it would be funny to recreate that image. Quickly, they started noticing more and more cliches like this and thus, swipemetotheendoflove was born.

Their photos are hilarious ad scary accurate. We’ve all seen profiles like these before. Check out some of our favorite!

1. The guy holding a fish


14. The 420 friendly dude


Have my own biz, must b chill, no drama, 420 friendly. Must b HWP, no moms.

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15. The world traveler girl

By Nina / Thursday 26 October 2017 17:38 /
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