Just a couple of points giving your matches a brief idea of what you’re like. Someone being themselves is much more impressive than someone being different to try and impress the person they’re talking to.Please don’t put your whole CV in there, the chances of anyone being interested in how you worked your way from stacking shelves in a supermarket to an entry level position at a recruitment firm are slim to none. Obviously keep out the things you talk to your friends about, like your bowel movements and the spot that’s waiting to rear its ugly head on your chin, but if you’re being overly polite it won’t bode well when you have a couple of drinks and your real self comes out in person.To all you people who are only on there for the ego boost of matches and Moment likes, and have no interest in talking to or meeting people – get out. Money talk makes a lot of people feel very uncomfortable.Take a long hard look at yourself, go and find yourself a hobby and stop wasting everyone’s damn time. If you wipe your arse with £50 notes, there’s only a select few who will appreciate knowing that.If you’re single, there’s a strong chance you are or have been one of Tinder’s 50 million users. Also, it’s nice to know who you’re actually talking to. I’m looking at those of you who think it’s cool to put up a picture of yourself holding a big dirty fish. It’s better to have too much to say than nothing, as making someone feel like they’re drawing blood out of a stone isn’t fun for anyone. If someone asks how your weekend was, tell them why it was great/average/poor.
To look more put together, try dark jeans, a slim-collar shirt, and a well-tailored suit jacket in gray—it reads more casual than black, less preppy than navy."Displaying your guts by completing questions like "On a typical Friday night I am..." and "I'm really good at..." will make you feel self-conscious and absurd— and that's normal.Filled with awkward pauses, off-limits topics, and the pressure to impress someone you barely know, first dates are tricky.But there are a few shortcuts to success in this area, according to restaurant manager Talia Berman, whose profession has given her a front-row seat to watching first dates fall short and fly high for years.Then you get to do the dirty work of asking the server for something else, and she gets to admire your assertiveness. Make a good impression Focusing on her is important, but don't forget that So be your best self: Tip well, fold your napkin, and be nice to the staff wherever you dine.Making friends with your server is an easy way to turn an OK meal into a fantastic one.