Statistically, men are more likely to decide whether to swipe left or right by just looking at a woman’s pictures.
They may read her bio if she matches with him, but in a survey of over 130,000 male Tinder users, most never read the woman’s profile at all.
Men also often are less selective in whom they match with. Some men surveyed said they swiped right on every woman just to see who might match with them.
Conversely, women are much more selective.
They are more likely to look through the photos as well as read the bios before deciding to swipe right or left, so the bio is much more important for a man looking for women than for a woman looking for men.
Since Tinder is an incredibly simple app that only allows you to add photos and write a bio, it’s on you to make your bio stand out.
If you’re looking for examples of hilarious bios, see below.
Learn from some of these examples to create your best tinder bio possible!
You can copy-paste these funny bios and use them in your own Tinder Bio.
Funny Tinder Bios
#1 This girl went with quoting her best “reviews,” which is a clever and funny tactic.
You learn some things about her (she’s classy like Jackie, but a little wild like Audrey, and a southern gal from Alabama), and you know she’s creative!
“Critics are calling her the date of the year”- LA Times
‘I’d love to date her again”- New York Times
“Dresses like Jackie and acts like Audrey’- Wall Street Journal
“The best girl I’ve ever seen”- The Washington Post”
“One ups Reese Witherspoon as best gal from “Sweet Home Alabama”- Chicago Tribune
#2. Be confident in your own skin
You never want your date to be surprised in a bad way, and this girl went with making a joke about being differently-abled, which shows that she’s comfortable with herself, which is important and attractive!
“I enjoy long walks on the beach- jk I can’t walk”
#3 Funny and Creative at the same time!
If you’re creative, why not write your bio in a totally new format?
You could do a haiku, a sonnet, a limerick, or some rhyming couplets like this one.
Not only does she say exactly what she wants, but she also pokes some fun at herself and Tinder as a whole.
Why would you not swipe right on her??
Swipe right, swipe left, so eager and deft!
Not this one, yes that,
An ass thicc and fat!
Swing through photos, whose titties are these?!
Funny quip, funny quip, down on your knees!
Tinder’s a thrill when sex is the goal,
Lend me the beaver, throw me some pole!
Crevasses, tight asses, hot hookups galore!
Do me just right and I’ll beg you for more!
— hope it’s okay if I fart in my sleep. It’s nothing personal
#4 Personal information
She explains who she is and what she wants very clearly.
How articulate and eloquent is also so out of place on the great world of Tinder that it works in her favor!
A charming elegant and classic lady from the largest country in the world. I feel infinite joy when I inhale the pure fresh air while the wind gently stir my long hair.
I immerse myself with ecstasy in the sweet sounds of classical music, especially Mozart, Bach, and Astor Piazzolla Libertango.
In a man, I admire and value the most intelligence, intellect, loyalty, generosity, wisdom, and nobility.
I am family-oriented and for the chosen one, I’ll present tenderness, ease and infinite love and joy.
#5 A bio with funny one-liners
Just one of these lines could work as a great opener, but since she provided so many, it gives some hilarious insights into her personality.
Any of these lines could also work as a good call to action. “You know the muffin man? Tell me more!”
Here because I can’t afford eHarmony.
Raisin cookies that look like chocolate chip cookies are the reason I have trust issues.
I’ll carry 27 grocery bags on my pinky before I make a second trip to my car.
Wanted: professional spider killer.
Reasons to swipe right:
- I don’t have Ebola.
- I laugh at my own jokes, so you don’t have to.
- I’m batman.
- I know the muffin man.
- I can cook minute rice in 56 secs.
- My mom says I have the perfect face for radio.
- I’ll let you beat me when we wrestle.
#6 Going with another copycat
This lady re-wrote a monologue from the Liam Neeson movie Taken and re-wrote to make it sexual.
Not a bad idea!
This bio or one like it would work well if you’re only looking for something casual.
I don’t know who you are. I don’t know what you want. I do have is a very particular set of skills.
I have acquired over a year-long sexual career. Skills that make me a dream for people like you.
If you swipe left now, that’ll be the end of it.
I will not look for you. I will not pursue you.
But if you swipe right, I will match with you.
#7. Make an impression
This young lady certainly makes an impression.
She comes across as a little romantic and quirky, but also sure to frighten you.
The perfect combination! Something similar to this would be perfect as an opener.
On our first date, I’ll carve our names in a tree.
It’s the most romantic way to let you know I have knives.
#8 Expressing sexuality
Samantha expresses her feelings in a funny way.
She tells us that she is on Tinder for more than a conversation.
Can’t afford a vibrator, so here we are.
#9 My mistakes don’t define me!
Don’t be afraid to tell that your mistakes don’t define you. Use it with a simple example that everybody can understand that new adventures can never be considered as a mistake. They are a new form of learning something new.
I’m not afraid to make mistakes because Asa Akira’s first time doing anal was an accident and now, she has an award-winning asshole.
#10 Answer random questions about yourself
In order to avoid those boring Tinder questions that everybody asks, make a list with your most asked questions.
This lady, answered these questions in a funny way, and that’s what makes it funny!
I’m going to completely use auto-fill to answer each question.
My favorite food is my day and I am a little bit crazy.
My age is pretty much as much of my life.
My hobbies include my ex-girlfriend in the past year.
My favorite activities are in there.
My favorite flowers are the best ones.
I’m on Tinder because I’m not sure if you want me or something.
#11 Pros and Cons
If you want to have a more transparent conversation between you and your match, list some of the things that you’re able to do.
These days Netflix is a huge power. You should think wisely if you want to include it in your Tinder Bio.
In this case, Melissa told us that she is very generous, and thinks about other people too.
Sharing is caring!
- I am open to sharing my Netflix account.
- Can tie a cherry stalk into a knot with my tongue
- Can eat 30 chicken nuggets in one sitting.
- Uses sarcasm as a defence mechanism.
- Will eat 30 chicken nuggets in one sitting.
#12 Tell your preferences
She is telling us that she enjoys long walks on the beach with his boyfriend. She is using a different form of telling us that she doesn’t have a boyfriend.
But is looking forward to having one. Who knows, you could be the lucky one!
I enjoy long walks on the beach with my boyfriend until the LSD wears off and I realize I’m dragging a stolen mannequin around a Wendy’s parking lot.
#13 Sex on the space
He’s using his bio as a great chance of telling us, what you guys would do if you would date.
Of course, it is only an imagination. But for sure he is using his imagination to make you want him.
Our First Date
We’re at the zoo. I take us to see the unicorns because unicorns are the fucking tits. We’re obviously naked.
The unicorns are about to get to show off their life. I press you up against the glass. It’s hot. It’s sweaty.
It’s like sex in space with meteors and satellites dancing past us as time stands still.
The closest unicorn looks at your ass against the glass. He looks at me. We lock eyes.
He places his hoof on the glass. I place my fist.
#14 Play with words
This one will absolutely capture a lady’s attention.
He does several things right here.
He’s funny, shows his personality, exhibits that he’s looking for something more than just a hook-up and that he’s attentive.
Also notice that it mentions the importance of not leaving your bio blank, gentlemen!
Look at the last guy you matched, now back to me, now back to the last guy you matched, now back to me.
Sadly, he isn’t me, but if he stopped leaving his bio blank, and had better pictures, he could be like me.
Look down, back up, where are you? You’re on Tinder with the man of your dreams.
What’s in your hand, back to me.
I have it. It’s a pizza with your favorite toppings on it.
Look again, the pizza is now your favorite dog.
Anything’s possible when you match me on Tinder.
#15 Not your average girl
This girl described her life in Florida with the funniest words that you can ever see!
I’m a native Floridian, i ride an alligator to work every day and instead of blood my heart pumps orange juice.
Recently learned how to potty train my pet mosquito.
I also live of PubSubs and if the weather drops below 70 degrees I go into hibernation.
Clever Tinder Bios
#1 Make out a story
This profile went with a twist; Instead of looking for dates, he’s looking for nemeses!
Taking the usual and spinning it definitely makes this one stand out, and it’s funny, which is a win-win.
He also does a fairly good job of summarizing Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, which would make any English major’s heart pitter-patter.
Please also note his perfect grammar.
I’m not looking to date or hookup or to make friends. I’m really just looking for enemies.
The word nemesis comes to mind.
I’m talking about a serious blood feud where someday even our children and grandchildren will be fighting each other until one day two of them fall in love and rather than live apart they both commit suicide even though one of them was initially just pretending so she could fake her own death. That’s the kind of kinky shit I’m into.
I read, write, watch, and make.
#2 Stand out the line
When wanting to stand out, picking something to rant about that’s totally off-the-wall is a good tactic.
This author decided to vent about something utterly mundane: red delicious apples.
It’s funny, gives you insight into his personality (and obviously his dislikes), and definitely is unique.
Very sorry to disappoint, but no I don’t skate.
Red Delicious apples are fucking trash literally the worst fucking apple out there they have the texture and consistency of mashy apple sand nothing a delicious about that shit yet.
They’re served everywhere what the fuck is up with that y’all need to try a honey crisp or a pink lady or fucking any other apple fuck.
Watch Jeopardy with me please, the episodes are clogging my DVR.
While you should consider writing more than one sentence on your Tinder bio, this one is clever enough that it does stand out regardless.
This could be something that you could include as part of a greater bio.
I’ll turn your world upsidedown.
#4 Short, simple and weird
This example gives you a good opener for them to message you and ask you about what the future is like.
Actually a time traveler from the year 2148 and I’m stuck in the past, help!
If you are a great-great-great-great-great-grandmother I will swipe left.
#5 Be unique
This gent wants you to know a lot about the sun. If anything, it’s unique and that’s how you’ve got to be on Tinder.
I sexually identify as the sun. Ever since I was a child I dreamed of slamming hydrogen isotopes into each other to make helium & light and send it throughout the galaxy.
People say to me that a person being a star is impossible and I’m fucking retarded, but I don’t care.
I’m beautiful. I’m having a plastic surgeon inflate me with hydrogen and raise my temperature to over 6000 C.
From now on I want you guys to call me “Sol” and respect my right to give you vitamin D and probably sunburns.
#6 Think outside the box
When you’re looking for an opener, pretending your dog does drugs isn’t bad.
It allows for a great ice breaker. Also, notice he included his height in profile. Bonus points!
My dog doesn’t actually do coke but I spilled some flour and had to seize the opportunity.
#7 Be kind
Jill, is describing how difficult to find the love of your life is.
But most importantly she is telling us how we should not lose ourselves in the process of finding it.
Listen, I need to be clear about this: I think it is brave and good and pure of you to be looking for love and I know that it can be really hard and defeating at times (we’ve all been there) but I hope you feel any less valuable, loveable and worthy than you are.
We might not match, not everyone is everyone’s type, but I’m rooting for you and I hope you find what you’re looking for
#8 Keep it simple
Sometimes simple things win at life. In this case, she has decided to tell her profession and what she wants from life.
With a straightforward sentence, she tells us that she’s not into hookups and that she’s looking for a real man in her life.
Speech pathology major,
Looking for my right-hand man.
#9 Work on your imagination!
Elli made up a really interesting story that catches our attention. She’s using it as her bio.
At the same time she’s telling us that she is a wifey material and a keeper.
I’m your wife from the year 2080. After a tragic accident claims your life.
I was filled with an impossible amount of grief. Using all my funds and resources, I have built a time machine in an attempt to save your life.
In order to keep the natural timeline intact, we must match on Tinder in 2019.
I hope you do the right thing for yourself and the fate of the universe.
#10 Guess what she likes
Listing the most common things that you have seen in a Tinder bio can make the difference.
That’s because everybody can find themselves in one of those things. And that can really lead your way to a right swipe.
Let me guess. You love traveling, dogs, and pizza. You’re not looking for hookups. You’re “feeling personally attacked rn”.
#11 Wedding partner
This is an invitation that everybody would like to receive.
A wedding is the best place where you can get to know each other.
The romantic environment will increase the chances of you two ending up together.
She put the question at the end, so you can have a smooth conversation starter.
My sister’s wedding is in October and I’m looking for someone to compete with me for the title of the drunkest person there.
What’s your favorite Disney Channel original movie?
#12 Be sincere and straightforward
It’s okay to tell how you feel at a specific time of your life. The best example is Drew.
He is a proud single father, who is trying to find his significant other on Tinder.
He listed some of the things he’s into, in order to make clear and tell others what type of guy he is.
Not into hookups. Here for a good time, not a long time.
Love traveling. Will probably love your dog more than you.
If you’re not above 8*2 swipe left.
The office is my favorite TV show. Loves *food, sleeping, meth, breathing and Netflix*.
Hit me up on insta I’m never on here. My friends made this for me.
Proud single father of 26. Will maybe message you first.
What You Should Include in Your Tinder Bio
Bios matter, especially when you’re a man hoping to catch the eye of a special lady. A woman is always much more likely to get more matches than a man since men are more likely to swipe right less discerningly. Therefore, men may need to spend some time crafting their bios so they can stand out from the herd.
If you’re a lady, you reasonably could skip the bio altogether, but it would still be a good place for you to say something funny and/or be clear about what you’re looking for.
You have some blank space to fill and how you do that is entirely up to you, but here are some tips to follow to make your bio stand out every time:
- Stick to 500 characters or less.
This is your opportunity to say more with less. Focus on your values and priorities and what you want and what you like. You don’t want to write a dating manifesto, but you also want to give them more than just a sentence.
- Try to be funny.
You’ve got to stand out, and one way you can do that is by writing a couple of funny lines that still showcase your personality. You get to present yourself however you want, and showing yourself as someone who doesn’t take themselves too seriously is a great way to start. See below for examples that you can adapt for your own profile.
- Say what you’re looking for.
Since you may want to go ahead and not match with men or women who aren’t interested in whatever you are, you can go ahead and put that in your profile. Remember: they may not even read your profile, but at least you’ll have been clear on your end.
If you’re interested in something more long-term, saying something like, “Not here for hook-ups, looking for dates, or looking for dates that could lead to something more” would be best. Those statements are clear and to the point and don’t make it sound like you’re going to want to get married on the second date.
If you’re interested in something more casual, say that too! “Not interested in something serious, only looking for a hook-up” etc. are clear.
If you have no idea what you’re looking for, say that: “I’m not sure what I’m looking for” is just fine since you aren’t being dishonest.
- Include your height.
It may sound silly, but some men and women are very picky about the heights of their mates. Some men only find short women attractive, while others love the tall ladies. Some women prefer men over 6”; others don’t care. If you include your height in your profile, you’re going to again help limit your matches to people who are looking for the exact kind of person you are.
- Be honest.
This is a no-brainer, but still, it ought to be said. While you may feel like you don’t have to be honest because this is online dating, you still should be, especially if you’re hoping for something more than a casual hook-up. Be clear about who you are, what you want, and what you’re like.
- Be humble.
You can show off your assets without coming across as cocky or arrogant. Do you have a good job and make a lot of money? You can say something in your bio like, “A professional who enjoys the finer things in life” instead of “I make $_____ a year and own two Porsches” or including photos of you holding a lot of cash.
Hopefully, you want someone to like you for you instead of for what you have. If that’s you and how you want to be, cool, but be aware that it’ll turn off a lot of potential matches, and if you’re wanting to stand out from the herd, that’s not the way you want to go.
Similarly, you don’t want to come across as a…gold-digger. “You must make more than $_____ per year.” That may be what you’re looking for, and if you want to be that honest, go for it. Just know that you’re definitely going to turn off some matches. There are ways to figure out if a guy matches your…um…income expectations through messaging, by maybe figuring out their job and if they’re a professional before making them uninterested in you from the get-go.
- Don’t be afraid to let your freak flag fly.
You’re unique. You’re you. There are awesome and attractive things about you that you don’t need to hide. Share something about you that’s a little weird or random. Share a dark secret or what you love to do when no one’s watching. If you want someone who’s into you for you, let this be your opportunity to be wholly you and take some risks. What’s the harm??
- Check your spelling and grammar.
I know this is hilarious to read on a Best Tinder Bio article, but some people automatically swipe left if they read a profile that lacks proper spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Nearly everyone is on Tinder, which includes doctors, lawyers, teachers, and other highly educated people.
If you’re interested in snagging a gorgeous erudite man or woman, you’ll need to make sure that your bio doesn’t immediately count you out.
Grammarly is a free browser add-on that checks for grammar, punctuation, and spelling errors. You could type your bio first in an e-mail draft and then let Grammarly check it
Grammarcheck.net is also a free website that works much the same way. You can copy and paste your Tinder bio in the box and let it check your handiwork.
Once you’ve had your grammar, spelling, and punctuation checked, you can copy and paste the final version into your Tinder profile and feel assured that your profile won’t rule you out from matching with someone well-educated!
- Be you, as authentically you as possible, in as brief a way as possible.
- Be clear to try to limit the number of matches you get with people who aren’t into what you’re into.
- Check your grammar or have it checked for you.
How to Write Your Tinder Bio
- Make the first line something funny or catchy.
This could be where you tell a joke, be self-deprecating, or highlight some weird or unique aspect of your personality, job, or life. Remember that this is the very first thing that they’ll read, so you want them to want to keep reading.
I’m an upper respiratory nurse, which means once I take your breath away, I can help you get it back.
I really just want a girlfriend, so I can always ride in the HOV lane.
Have you ever said, “F*ck the police?” Well, here’s your chance.
Dating me ensures you’ll always be the better-looking one.
- Write about who you are.
Be specific, and know that the more random or weird the better. Little things make a difference, but also don’t go for general things about yourself. If you like hiking, say what you like specifically about hiking, may it be that you love a certain trail or the smell of bug spray.
I am a huge college football fan, an amateur chef, and an owner of one lucky dog.
I floss. That’s how responsible I am.
Every unhappy girl is unhappy in her own way. My kind of unhappy is full of self-deprecating humor and local beers.
I love stinky cheese, the smell of wet dogs, and going camping by myself.
- Write about what you’re looking for.
Be specific. You want to rule out matches that might not be looking for whatever you’re looking for, and you want to continue to highlight your personality as well. Things like “Not here for hookups” or “Not sure what I’m looking for, but hoping to find out” work just fine, as well as one of these below.
I don’t want a partner in crime. I commit all my crimes on my own. I would never drag you into that
I want someone who can be happily miserable with me.
You have stories to share, think dad jokes are funny, and enjoy a good meal with a nice gentleman.
Like my shirt? It’s made of boyfriend material.
I’m just on here for sex. Isn’t everyone?
- End with some sort of call to action.
A “call to action” is where you give someone an opening for what to message you about. It could be a question you ask or a silly anecdote you share. Either way, it removes the guesswork out of messaging for whomever you match with and helps you get right into chatting instead of just getting a bunch of “Hey” or “how’s it going?”
I hate squirrels. They’re just fluffy rats.
I love guacamole and people who tell terrible jokes.
Tell me a recent idea that intrigued you.
Looking forward to going to ________. If you have any tips on what I should see, definitely let me know.
Not sure what else to say? Try these options.
Use a favorite quote or song lyric, or mention an obscure reference. If someone likes your quote or gets your obscure reference, that means they’ll get you.
You could also do lists of things you love, greater than/less thans, firsts, or lasts.
Where we’re going, we’re not going to need roads. (quote from Back to the Future)
“Forget safety. Live where you fear to live. Destroy your reputation. Be notorious.”—Rumi
I hate old people, children, and dogs. Actually I love all those things, but if you know what movie that line is from, we should go out.
Bicycles > cars
First car: 1972 beetle.
Last book I read: The Catcher in the Rye
Whatever you’re looking for on Tinder is just a swipe away.
Make sure to write a profile that highlights the most honest and best versions of yourself, and make it catchy bio so that whoever you’re looking for won’t be able to swipe right fast enough!