While Keohan's approach cannot exactly be described as scientific, it does suggest that embracing your inner douche is a viable way to attract people on Tinder.
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She uploaded a video documenting the experiment to her You Tube page.
Mitchell posted three photos of her bare face and then swiped right on 100 men, signaling her interest.
Rather than attempt to bare his true soul on his Tinder profile—an approach that he found yielded little response—Bro Bible's Matt Keohan decided to make himself out to be as big a douche as possible.He then swiped right on lots of Tinder profiles to alert women that he was interested in speaking with them.By the next morning, a small avalanche of ladies had accepted his request.Quinn tested the relationship between the type of attention women get on Tinder in relation to the type of profile they created. Xoxo." Other than the choice of photos and descriptions, the profiles were set up in exactly the same way and the same amount of time was spent swiping "yes" to potential love matches.The 27-year-old created two accounts—the first was for "Hayley" who described herself as a yoga and hiking geek. Hayley's account used photographs that showed her on holiday and in everyday situations. Hayley documented her experiment in an 11-minute video entitled "What girls do guys like on Tinder?