However, what surprised many is the claim that Indian women were more active swiping on profiles than men, especially after a series of media reports on Indian men not finding any matches on Tinder.
If you're married, don't get on Tinder"There are married guys, who have pictures with their wives. There are guys with gym pictures, and a line that says 'Looking for a hook up', but no bio.
Everyday, I would get 10-15 friend requests on Facebook.
It makes it seem like you don't have friends to take pictures of you. I lost interest talking to two-three men at the same time, answering the same questions — 'What do you do? ' As far as my experience goes, it was very mechanical.On the other hand, photos from social gatherings or you on the beach or vagabond photos — they're all cool. People need to break the norm of getting to know each other.Anything that shows that you're a normal person is cool."- Amrita "Gym selfies are a dead give away. Guys like that for women, so they think it works for them as well. Also group pictures as your profile picture — am i supposed to guess who you are? Just start a conversation with a joke or a cool face rather than typical questions."- Sapna (name changed), 23, Mumbai Stalking is creepy"There are all sorts of people on Tinder so it can never be clean.And all of them are looking for an opportunity to betray their spouses. But I wanted to find out what sort of woman uses such a site.So I paid £119 for a month's membership, giving me an entre to thousands of faithless females.