How to Make a Great First Impression on Tinder

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“Hey” and “hello beautiful?” These boring, stock lines just aren’t going to cut it. This is Tinder! It’s just like real life, except you can be swiped out of existence. Women like a man who is open, direct and says what’s on his mind. Below are some screen grabs of unique, eye catching and personal opening lines that will stand out among the piles of “Hi there” and “Nice profile pic!” snooze fest bait that I promise you will go ignored.

No one wants to date a square. Let her know right away you lead an exciting life:

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Let’s face it: size does matter. But no girl wants to be bombarded with horrifying pictures of poorly lit, sweaty man junk. You’re trying to woo her, not show her classified pictures from the Roswell crash. Be a little creative and avoid coming off like a desperate creep:

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If you’re not well endowed, fear not! You can under exaggerate about the size of your man junk. If she ends up seeing it, she’ll be pleasantly surprised:

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Any well-adjusted woman believes in the importance of family. Don’t be afraid to let them know you’re really, really, really close with them:

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Nick Youssef is a Los Angeles-based comedian, writer and actor who’s been seen in numerous national TV commercials, guest roles on sitcoms such as NBC’s Animal Practice, the popular videogame LA Noire and a standup appearance on Last Call with Carson Daly. In August of 2014, Nick’s first stand-up album, Stop Not Owning This, debuted in the top 5 of the iTunes comedy charts and was featured in the January 2015 edition of Esquire Magazine. When not on tour, Nick hosts the Occasionally Awesome podcast on the All Things Comedy network and can be seen regularly performing stand up at The Comedy Store, Laugh Factory and Improv comedy clubs in Hollywood. Shower him with praise on Twitter @nickyoussef.

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