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I told my self I would never download a dating app but I heard about this one and it sounded so fun!
That's just some suggestions on what I think would make the app even better, thanks so much!
So you want to date someone who shares your education level and ambition?
And maybe, just maybe, you’d like them to be in your same neighborhood, attractive enough to at least look good in black-and-white photos, with a height that meets your way-too-restrictive height preferences.
Otherwise, your picture may not have met our standards. We’re a bit stringent with the pictures uploaded for we are sure that our singles would not like to look at photos that are blurry, low-quality, or maybe even just a cup of coffee. Likewise, we want your matches to see great images of you too!
Pictures that are well-lit, clear, and non-pixelated are definitely ‘good-to-go’.
I find that once you match with someone, it's easier to start a conversation based on a few likes and dislikes than to start one on Tinder where you have some awkward sexual innuendo in a bio.
If you are below 21, or you have marital documents linked to your ID, you won’t get approved.Telegraph Dating provides a safe, secure and anonymous way to find and communicate with people of your choice.In a nutshell, you choose a username (a screen name or alias) and set up a profile describing yourself and the type of person and relationship you are looking for.The pictures will have to show you (and YOU alone) looking straight into the camera, without the addition of sunglasses or other face-obscuring accessories. 1) Tap on “User Icon” located on the top left corner.2) Click on “Edit Profile” (orange button) 3) Proceed to “Photos” tab 4) Click on “ ” icon.