To my (pleasant) surprise, he's actually better looking than his pictures. (We've all been on dates with the "6'0" guy who's up to our chin -- guys, it's the equivalent of women posting pics from 50lbs ago). Also, The League feels exclusive (even if they are "accepting" hundreds of thousands of people).Of course, I finally stop lying to myself and acknowledge the guy is a complete fucking douchebag through whom I'm seeking approval (ladies, I know some of you hear me). You get to experience a fleeting sense of validation that you’ve been accepted into a virtual cool-kids club and someone thinks you’re good enough.while users can select a preference for the race of partners they'd like to meet, it's not a hard filter.
According to CEO, Amanda Bradford, the app was designed to appeal to people who value “ambition and intelligence above everything else.” So you want to exude these two things. Give your Facebook and Linked In profiles a once-over before applying. Talk about where you are in your life and where you want to go. They’re more professionally-minded than your average person.
Like if your FB profile pic has you in your zombie Halloween costume? (Arrogant, maybe, but those guys are on Tinder too, unfortunately.) • The timing of the app is easy to remember and act on.
You get your matches every day at happy hour — 5pm.
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.
Perhaps you also want them to share your religion as well.