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12 Tinder Profile Tips To Help You Find Your Match In 2020

You know that feeling when you’re doom-swiping on Tinder? Rolling your eyes at Tinder profile after Tinder profile? Mmhmm.

Yeah, no one wants to be on the receiving end of those eye-rolls, so WH spoke to therapists and dating experts for tips to help you rack up allllllll the right swipes. Because, yes, there’s both a science *and* an art to creating the perfect Tinder profile.

The advice you need to make yours sparkle and shine:

1. Nix the group pictures.

      If I had a dollar for every therapist and dating expert who told me this one: Your online dating profile is all about drawing attention to you. Embrace it.

      There are two main reasons group pictures should get the ax: “First, group pictures can indicate a lack of confidence, and confidence is crucial in dating,” says Taylor Orlandoni, LMHC, a therapist based in New York. “Second, it’s

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      • November 4, 2020
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      I could never match Tao’s work rate on a bike

      Tao has always been moving, whether with his mouth or his legs. With a five-year gap between us, he was like a parent to me. Whatever sport, music or television show my older brother was following, I was engrossed in too. 

      Growing up, we spent time between our parents’ homes but we were always together until he moved to Spain seven years ago to pursue his dream of becoming a professional cyclist. Though separated by borders, we remain connected through our circles – he has a tattoo of one on his left arm and as soon as I was 18, I matched him with one of my own. I also cover my stuff with circle stickers I had made. It has a meaning for us. 

      It was Tao’s swimming coach who got him into cycling – he said he would improve his leg strength. He didn’t realise he had converted

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      • October 26, 2020
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      England match in doubt after Chris Robshaw and other Barbarians players breach coronavirus protocols

      Former England captain Chris Robshaw was among a group of Barbarians players who breached strict Covid-19 guidelines by going on a night out leaving the famous club’s match against England on Sunday in danger of being called off.

      Telegraph Sport understands that Robshaw and a group of Saracens players, including veterans Richard Wigglesworth, Jackson Wray and Sean Maitland, left the team hotel in Mayfair on Wednesday night without the permission of team officials to go for a meal at an Italian restaurant. Upon their return they were immediately isolated on a different floor of the hotel and sent home this morning in disgrace.

      “The whole thing has made us very disappointed,” Barbarians president John Spencer told The Daily Telegraph. “It is obviously a breach of trust that the Barbarians is not used to. We are mortified” The Barbarians were on Thursday evening scrambling to recruit replacement players from other

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      • October 23, 2020
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      Wuhan fans ‘can’t sleep’ before first match since virus

      Fans of Wuhan Zall, the Chinese football club from the epicentre of the coronavirus, will Sunday attend their first match since lockdown — and many were so excited they couldn’t sleep.

      For some, like Gao Yajun, it is the first time they have left the central city of Wuhan since the coronavirus emerged there late last year.

      The 42-year-old is a Wuhan Zall fanatic who has her nails painted in their orange-and-white colours, an orange streak in her hair and a face mask with the team’s fiery emblem.

      “I don’t think I can fall asleep tonight, we couldn’t even get to sleep last night because we were so excited,” Gao said on the eve of the Chinese Super League (CSL) clash against title contenders Beijing Guoan in Suzhou, near Shanghai.

      “I saw that everyone else was awake too, chatting in the (online) group.

      “And then at 4:00 am someone said,

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      • September 6, 2020
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      Wuhan fans ‘can’t sleep’ ahead of attending first match since virus

      Fans of Wuhan Zall, the Chinese football club from the epicentre of the coronavirus, will Sunday attend their first match since lockdown — and were so excited they could not sleep.

      For some, like Gao Yajun, it is the first time they have left the central Chinese city of Wuhan since the coronavirus emerged there late last year.

      The 42-year-old is a Wuhan Zall fanatic who has her nails painted in the club’s orange colours, an orange streak in her hair and a face mask with the team’s fiery emblem.

      “I don’t think I can fall asleep tonight, we couldn’t even get to sleep last night because we were so excited,” Gao said on the eve of the Chinese Super League (CSL) clash against title contenders Beijing Guoan in Suzhou, near Shanghai.

      “I saw that everyone else was awake too, chatting in the (online) group, and they all said they

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      • September 6, 2020