40 of the Best Tinder Taglines for Guys

A woman reading through Tinder taglines on the app while swiping through profiles.

 

So you’ve signed up for Tinder, you filed out your age and location, picked a few good photos, and now you’re looking at that little white About Me box and wondering what you should say. Writing a Tinder tagline can be hard, but it’s not as hard ad you may think. 

Sometimes all you need to get started is a few ideas. So to help you out we put together 40 of our favorite Tinder taglines. Take your inspiration and use them to craft your own. 

 

Pizza, tacos, ice cream. Those aren’t options, it’s the order.

I’m really nice so that should at least half make up for my complete inability to comfort you in your time of need without quoting Yoda.

If I read one more reference to the Office on Tinder, I’m going to go full Dwight Shrute up in here.

Someone once told me I’m harmless, so that’s one less thing for you to worry about.

If you need someone to fix your sink, I’m not your guy but I can juggle, which is guaranteed to make you or at least the plumber smile.

Six pack abs, six figure salary, owns six suits. None of those apply to me, because that is the devil’s number and I’m a god fearing man. But if you’re looking for a dadbod, a working man’s attitude, and a t-shirt and jeans guy, swipe right on me… or any of the next twenty guys. I’m sure one of us is a good match.

Swipe Left for: good relationship with parents, good job, someone you can wear heels with, musical ability, dancing ability, conversational ability (any ability, really). Swipe Right for: someone who will shout “I knew that!” after the Jeopardy answers are read aloud

I play the bagpipes. I’ll play the you the nasaliest version Here Comes the Bride when you’re ready to meet the parents.

My last vacation I told everyone I was going to Hawaii when I actually just drank black coffee and ate mac and cheese in a bathrobe at home for 7 days. Top that.

I do so much yoga they promoted me to yog-b. Think you can keep up?

I’m handsome… *silence* …and over 6ft… *scattered applause* …and emotionally self-aware *crowd erupts into standing ovation*

I’m nice, have a good job, and a brilliant golden retriever. Nothing to see here. Totally not 5’4”  Swipe right and keeping moving along people.

Pros: great taste in music, has run a full marathon, knows things about art. Cons: will talk about music, running, and things known about art.

I want you to know that I am the best boyfriend you could imagine but I will whine and beg you to bring me chicken soup when I’m sick.

I’m not on social media so you won’t have to worry about showing the world we broke up and I won’t bring my phone to the dinner table.

I don’t watch Game of Thrones butI own a sword and have a moderate obsession with dragons so if you’re trying to start a kingdom I’m your guy.

Questions I need answers to: What are you passionate about? What will it take for me to get you to swipe right? Who stole that single egg out of my carton? Like, seriously guy? Really??

The type of future father that won’t let our child have a smartphone until they’re in high school.

I used to be a stand-up comedian, but I’ll be a sit-down comedian if you want to meet me for a drink.

I drive a 2001 Chevy Suburban that I inherited from my mom. None of the door latches inside work except the driver’s side, but I’ll always have to open the door for you so that’s a plus.

In college, I studied poetry so I’ll be able to recite you the most romantic words ever written… but they won’t be mine.

Sunny days are for swimming in the ocean, skydiving, and playing my trumpet. My landlord and I are at odds about the last one.

Meet me at the escape room. More accurately, meet me there with snacks. I’ve been stuck for a few weeks now.

I’ve been told that I’m an excellent human-shaped space heater.

Your mom will love me, because my mom and my stepmom don’t. Third time’s the charm right?

Con: I will not be your adventure partner. Pro: You don’t have to do much work.

I’m not saying I’m a cheap date, I’m just saying do you want to get McDonald’s?

I’m very cultured in that I like Manchego cheese (it’s from Spain) and I will yell at my TV at the top of my lungs every time the Seahawks fumble.

If you’ve ever wondered what happened to the emos, look no further. I’m here on Tinder wearing normal people clothes. Mom was right. It was just a phase after all.

I’m a bartender, so if we date you can come when I’m working and your friends will think that you’re so good at flirting that the hunky bartender gave you free drinks all night long.

I studied art history in college, so I won’t be one of those people saying “I could’ve done that” when we see a blank canvas in a museum. I also don’t have a job.

I’m looking for someone to hold the camera while I perform my rendition of the Baywatch opening sequence. No prior experience required. College degree preferred.

Karaoke Regular. If you’re not down to duet or dance on backup, it’s probably best to swipe left now.

I make a mean brunch and I’m really mean when I’m waiting to eat brunch, so you either get breakfast in bed or you get to skip the line at your favorite spot.

I’m new to this because I just escaped a cursed Jumanji-style board game. If you’re confused by this technologically obsessed world like me, shoot me a message on AIM, username: scooterrider87.

My grandma is a retired opera singer. What does that mean for you? I mean I know a few spots in town for really good tortolini.

I’m not into astrology, like at all. Filter yourselves accordingly.

My dog is more handsome than me and he’s single. Honestly, I’m fine playing second fiddle. I’m used to it at this point. All I ask is you bring treats for two.

I’m that guy seeing “Hey Ya” next to you at the red light in a beat up old Corolla. What’s up?

I haven’t dressed up for Halloween for the last five years, because I’ve been saving myself for commitment. Consider me a consenting blank canvas for couples costumes.

Alex Bocknek

Alex Bocknek is the senior editor of The Date Mix and works at Zoosk, the online dating service. He’s also a recovering music critic and an aspiring fiction writer (probably lost) on the way to an independent bookstore near you. He can be found occasionally musing about politics, philosophy, and love in the modern world.

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