En español | In the old days, you most likely would meet Mr. Right in college, on the job, maybe in a bar or though family and friends.
Today, people are increasingly getting together through online dating — especially if they're over 50.
Dating is hard enough without having to spend hours flicking through the likes of these.
Yes, the floral headband reminds you of Coachella, who doesn’t look better with a crown of butterflies and we all know how ridiculously flattering the dog face filter is, what with its airbrushing and soft lighting. It’s fairly self-explanatory that someone’s going to want to see your face without the coffee mug you got from Urban Outfitters obscuring it.
‘We have to wonder if people think this is harmless or if people do it intentionally,’ love coach Nikki Leigh tells Bustle.
People are being ghosted, breadcrumbed and zombeyed all over the place.
And when they’re not doing that, they’re often leading you up the garden path with their overly edited and curated profiles.
Except, perhaps, for pictures solely of children, underwear shots and snaps of people in their swimsuits taken while standing inside, which incidentally, have also all been banned.
While this is brilliant news, there are still a few classic offenders that show up on other dating sites (Tinder, we’re looking at you) that need to be ousted in the process.