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4 things you should NEVER put on your dating profile (according to the founder of Bumble)

You've picked your profile pictures with the meticulous care of a police line up. Your bio is funnier than the average Ricky Gervais Golden Globes script. Yet despite all this, you're still not picking up any matches on your dating app of choice

What gives?

If anyone has an idea of what you might be doing wrong, it's Whitney Wolfe. Co-founder of Tinder and CEO of Bumble, Wolfe revealed to Business Insider her four tips on what you definitely shouldn't be putting in your profile.

As for sorting out the best opening line, try this...

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