There are two tiers of achievement in the Tinder game.
In theory, you could sign up for a dating app, match with only one person, go on a date, fall madly in love, and live happily ever after. A huge success.
You could, on the other hand, get swiped right by a slew of hot singletons and amass a seemingly impressive list of people you’ve matched with, and the stats are nice. Is it a huge success? Perhaps. But you’ve matched with a lot of individuals and haven’t yet fallen madly in love with any of them, which is, after all, the ultimate aim, right?
Anyway, enough pondering the dangers of collaborating online, because Tinder has issued a list of the’most-swiped right’ people on the app this year. If you’re unfamiliar with the app or have never had to use it, swiping right simply signifies you’re interested in that person and want to take the relationship further than just gazing at their face on your phone.
Only those aged 19 to 34 are included on this list of’most successful’ Tinderers, which includes models, Prince Harry lookalikes, students, and songwriters. Because a sensitive soul playing an acoustic guitar is adored by all.
The first one on the list is James:
James, a sports broadcaster from Worcester, is 6ft 4′′ (though you can’t tell because he’s sitting down and some people lie on these apps), and says he’s frequently mistaken for Prince Harry.
Chanel, who is 27 years old, is also on the list:
Chanel described her dream first date to Cosmopolitan:
I’m a bit of an adrenaline junkie, so anything like Thorpe Park or simply sitting in the park and playing board games may be great.
Adrenaline junkies are known for their fondness for board games.
Graham, 29, was also named to the list. People adore dogs, thus it’s probably because he has a dog on his profile picture:
Mia, a 19-year-old ambulance driver, was also chosen:
Mia expressed the following regarding what makes her swipe right for someone:
A clever bio. A good sense of humour is quite essential to me, and I believe that if you’re not laughing on a date, it’s not worth it.
Then there’s Dáire, a 27-year-old financial advisor and entrepreneur:
Dáire mentioned that he enjoys sending GIFs of pugs waving and highlighted an embarrassing dating mishap:
The evening itself was fantastic, but she discovered her purse was missing at the end of the night. “Now’s the moment to inform me if you’ve stolen it,” my date replied after assisting her in her quest. I certainly hadn’t, and she apologised the next day after a cab driver discovered it.
And here are some more well-known people who made the cut: