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And now, experienced daters have revealed the phrases you must avoid in order to not turn off potential suitors.
From cliches to specific demands, you might be unwittingly giving the wrong impression with your profile.
Women were found to be more successful when smiling with their teeth and looking away from the camera.
Meanwhile, men saw an increase in likes when smiling without teeth, facing front on.
I have met and communicated with so many pleasant, interesting and attractive ladies over the past few months.From candid photos to Snapchat selfies, it can be difficult to know what will help you bag the likes in a sea of profiles.But help is at hand, as Hinge has released data on the most successful photo practices.Even the most innocuous phrases, such as 'I'm a nice guy' or 'Down to earth' could be sending out the wrong message.The discussion began on Reddit after user Rey Rex posed the question: 'What dating profile phrase immediately loses you?