Also, the whole swiping business is kind of iffy, because it’s dangerously easy to accidentally swipe right (or up) on a match you want (“OMG what did I just do?! Best for: Expanding your social network, finding chat buddies and ehh…casual hookups?Let’s put it this way – you’re probably not going to find your soulmate on Tinder, but at least you’ll score a few dates.Most men plan to foot the bill anyway, but they will observe how the woman reacts when the bill arrives – does she reach for her wallet? (Yes, guys can tell when it’s just a perfunctory ‘thanks’.) These things tell him whether she’s a prima donna type or not.” #5 Take it offline“You chat with a guy online for ages… If you’re Whatsapping a guy, drop hints like, ‘Hey, there’s a cool concert in town. ’” #6 Cut out the judgemental attitude“I have operations in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.One difference I’ve noticed is that Malaysian women tend to be more willing to go on second dates – something we can learn from.More often than not, a guy is taken in by her charms and don’t have a problem with her walking all over him.It’s also often the case where he doesn’t want to be in a relationship, but has been forced into it by her. And when we’re one-half of a couple, we have different personalities, too.
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The app is also easy to join and use – just login with your Facebook account and it will automatically fill out your profile for you.
Cons: Connections on Tinder tend to be more superficial, especially since you have just one photo to sell yourself.
You can also set your Discovery Settings based on your current location, so the app will display matches who are closer to you.
Pros: Tinder is one of the most popular dating apps in Singapore, so you’ll have a wider pool of people to connect with.