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It's tempting to only post photos from the neck up, but Davis said this is a no-no.Lots of people care about their potential dates' body type.Photos credits: New York Times, Daily Mail, Food & Wine, Saveur, Business Insider, Modern Luxury, Where Traveler, MSN, Buzzfeed, The Bold Italic, off Metro, SFGate, NBC Bay Area, Eater SF, ABC Bay Area, KTVU, The Culture Trip, Time Out, Hoodline, SFWeekly, San Francisco Travel Association and San Francisco Magazine. Regular contributor to The Good Men Project and Plentyof Fish.If eyes are the window into the soul, Tinder is the window into the pants.We're all guilty of editing and filtering and editing and filtering and editing again.I'm really feeling this selfie of mine, but I have never looked the way I look in that picture — not even the day it was taken, honestly.
"You want your photos to look the way you look on a first date," Davis said.
Why he chose it: “It was my profile picture so it went up automatically.” Max weighs in: There’s two of them!
I can’t figure out which one is actually Owen…The dude with the hat, is he bald? Why she chose it: “Just look at that homemade batch of Bloody Marys; I must be a whiz in the kitchen!
Why she chose it: “It was a good hair day for sure. Like a blonde Carmen Sandiego playing cards." Max weighs in: Mysterious. I would never be able to recognize her in real life. I wouldn’t use girls in your photo, you don’t wanna come off greedy and creepy.
Finished product: “I look less like a party boy/player, but more like a potential crazy.