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The Best Bumble Bios And Quick Profile Hacks

Two bumble bios that are really good.

Trying to come up with the best Bumble bio isn’t always easy. We’ve all been there: You log in to the app, you’re ready to start your online dating journey, but then you get stuck at that little About Me box with its blinking black cursor at a complete loss for what to say.

The thing is, it doesn’t have to be that hard. While some apps have long bios and profiles with multiple sections and questions, Bumble takes a more simplistic approach. And the truth is, you really shouldn’t spend too much time on Bumble bios anyway. It just needs to reveal enough about you to make someone want to learn more.

To get you started, we’ve put together a selection of some of the best Bumble bios along with some quick writing tips and tricks to help you create a good profile as quickly as possible.

The Best Bumble Bios and Profile Tricks That You Can Try

1. Greater than/less than bio

Want to start more conversations with your Bumble bios? The greater than/less than trick might be for you. Simply list out sets of things you could debate with someone, and say which you think is better. It’s a way to show who you are and also provide whoever’s looking at your profile with some conversation topics.

Two screenshots of some of the best bumble bios.

Examples:

Eric, 25
City life < Country life
Savory > Sweet
Black Panther > Any other superhero movie ever
RadioLab > Serial

Tracie, 27
Cold pizza < leftover Chinese
Flannel shirt > a hoodie
Sunday Funday > Thirsty Thursday

Your thoughts?

2. First and last bio

Here’s a no-fuss bio to try out. Let people know the last movie you saw, the last book you read, the last person you looked up to, or the last vacation you went on. It gives a fast view of who you are, without giving everything away. Instead of saying lasts, you can flip it too. Creativity is key in a Bumble bio, so get nostalgic and say your firsts—first date, first trip, first job, or first word. The more specific and oddball the better.

Two screenshots of some of the best bumble bios.

Examples:

Olivia, 32
First…
Crush: Joey from Blossom (Woah!)
CD: The President’s of the United States of America
Job: Interning at the mayor’s office, it was actually pretty great
Words: Ut oh (I used to throw things on the floor and say, “Ut oh!” So after that my parents called me an ut oh baby.) 

Drew, 28
Last…
Place I visited: Seattle for a friend’s camping wedding (epic)
Book I read: The Blind Assassin by Margaret Atwood (also epic)
Thing I ate: Poke from Pacific Catch that I probably eat three times a week
Time I was humbled:  The day my friend Jeff went to basic training

3. About me/about you bio

Another fast format, this is one of the best Bumble bios since it gives you the chance to list details about yourself, together with details about the type of person you’re looking for.

Two screenshots of some of the best bumble bios.

Examples:

Jesse, 38
About Me: Works hard all week so I can take off for the mountain on the weekend, loves my dog Eddie, loves to argue on first dates, isn’t afraid to make a fool of myself on a dance floor. 
About You: Love adventures and the outdoors, understands me when I’m hangry, isn’t afraid to talk politics, is down to watch all three Back to the Future’s with me. 

Lana, 32
About Me: I love any movie where they spontaneously break out into song, can only eat three pieces of pizza (every time I go for four I regret it), and probably work too much.
About You: Doesn’t give me too hard of a time about working too much, is down to wait in line for an amazing brunch, and understands that the best part of the burrito is the butt. 

4. Three simple things bio

Another list format to play around with is the three simple things profile. Just share three completely random things about yourself.

Two screenshots of some of the best bumble bios using the method below..

Examples:

Fred, 40
I drink massive amounts of coffee, love anything ridiculous or bizarre, and will shamelessly use my dog to flirt with you.

Leah, 23
Halloween is my favorite holiday, Empire Strikes Back is my favorite Star Wars, and I once drove cross country with my best friend, a basset hound, and a pug. 

5. One smartass comment bio

There’s something intriguing about a profile with a single comment that catches your eye.

Two screenshots of some of the best bumble bios using the one smartass comment method.

Examples:

Maddie, 23
A group of ferrets is called a business. So when someone says they’re taking care of business, they’re really just taking care of a bunch of ferrets.

Eric, 27
I talked about Fight Club. 

Amie, 32
Still upset that the word ratify doesn’t mean to turn something into a rat.

Dan, 24
Not to brag, but I’ve been told I’m a fine one to talk.

6. Obscure reference bio

Have a quote from a song, movie, TV show, or another piece of life or pop culture that you love? Use it!

Two screenshots of some of the best bumble profiles.

Examples:

Peter, 37
I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and doggone it, people like me.

Brianne, 32
I want a guy to say bless you when I sneeze. 

7. List of likes bio
Okay, so you’ve probably seen this profile before. But, done right, it can be pretty damn effective. To reduce the risk of sounding generic, stay away from obvious things like hiking, traveling, and your friends and family. Instead list the random, weird, not-so-obvious things you like.

Two screenshots of some of the best app bios, one of a man, one of a woman.

Examples:

Liz, 32
I like…
The Frito smell of dog paws.
When I randomly decide to call an old friend and they say, “I was just thinking about you!”
The way little kids get grumpy and confused when they’re tired.
That moment I get that Bumble BOOM! message, and know someone I liked is into me too. 

Ray, 30
Eating ice cream from the carton with a big spoon, when it’s a big holiday weekend and it feels like the city is empty, Romantic poetry (that’s right, capital R not lowercase), poop jokes and Adam Sandler movies. (What can I say, I’m super sophisticated.) 

8. By day/by night bio

Nobody is any one thing, and that’s why the by day/by night idea of one of the best Bumble bios that you can try. It’s a way to show two sides of yourself, what you do for work and what you do for play. It’s kind of like the mullet of dating profiles. Business in the front, party in the back.

Two screenshots of some of the best dating app bios.

Examples:

Beatrice, 34
UX designer by. Professional cat cuddler and semi-pretentious bibliophile by night. 

Raul, 31
Sales director by day, indie music lover and garage band member by night. 

Now you’ve seen our selection of some of the best Bumble bios and profile hacks, you’re all ready to get started! Good luck, be patient, and in no time you’ll likely be heading off on a few cool first dates!

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