A lack of originality turns off a lot of women: “Apparently 50% of Tinder has been to Machu Picchu,” wrote one.
And then there’s the problem of a guy's photos consisting of a group shot, an unfocused picture, an incredibly zoomed-out photo, a picture of his dog and an action shot where you can’t actually see what he looks like.
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So I'm curious if this is as common as people claim, or its simply an 'Internet Tough Guy' type of story popularly fabricated.
The woman I'm seeing now (who I met online) had a great headshot, and over the phone I asked what kind of body type she had, explaining its hard to get an idea of what people really look like from just photographs.
She said 'I'm not a thin girl, if that's what you're asking' which was honest.