A survey by Mummy uk has revealed that 71% of single dads compared to just 24% of single mums who currently have photos of their children posted on the popular dating app.
• 71% of single dads post photos of their young children on Tinder • 24% of single mums post photos of their young children on Tinder • 44% of single Mummy Pages mums are looking for love ahead of Valentine’s Day • 67% of single Mummy Pages mums find online dating the best way to meet new people • 89% of single Mummy Pages mums ‘swipe left’ if a potential suitor does not include a profile picture or depicts themselves as a cartoon character • 77% of single Mummy Pages mums are more likely to ‘swipe right’ if key information such as being employed and having a GSOH is included in a Tinder profile • 47% of single Mummy Pages mums find it endearing to see ‘cute’ photos of pets • 11% of singletons had their Tinder profiles connected to their Instagram account to showcase more of their personal life • 80% of single Mummy Pages mums take safety precautions when going on a Tinder date Single mums are winning the Tinder war when it comes to classy profiles, responsible dating and the all-important ‘swipe right’ main profile pictures.
Hmm.” The mum discovered her new man’s true identity when she attended a special assembly.
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In fact, they probably wouldn’t thank you in later years if they knew their images were used in such a way.” Top Ten Tinder Tips for Men: 1. Include employment status, height, parenting status, your lifestyle interests and what you’re looking for in a woman.