Tinder is a great social media platform. It gives users access to a large number of very unique people interesting conversations. Most people never experience anything like it anywhere else in their social life. Part of the reason people have such unusual conversations on Tinder is because of the anonymity this online dating site offers. This makes people feel free enough to say whatever comes to their mind and can make for some interesting conversations.
One of the really interesting things you find on Tinder are the unique ice breakers. Some of the best ones combine humor with straightforward questions that get right to the point. While some use euphemisms, or cheeky slang terms, others are blatantly self-promotional without beating around the bush. They understand that the goal is to grab someone’s interest and make them want to meet in person to continue the conversation and have some fun. They’re not trying to get people to follow their social media accounts. They simply want to hook up.
The following are a few choice ice breakers that can get the attention of strangers and generate interest on Tinder.
1. Tits or GTFO
Talk about getting straight to the point. This ice breaker does just that in spades.
2. I’ve got the perfect gourmet food for your kitty.
A pet lover no doubt. And one that’s offering to bring gifts. What cat owner wouldn’t want to meet this dude to play STD roulette?
3. Have you ever experienced the great Australian kiss?
No, the Australian kiss doesn’t involve a koala bear or a kangaroo or even a visit to the Great Barrier Reef. It’s simply calls for a visit to the Land Down Under. He does get points for making the reader rack their brain trying to figure out what it is. Way to get the brain engaged bro.
4. Do you have pet insurance?
Is this an insurance salesman? Unfortunately not. This line was followed by a promise(threat?) to beat up a feline. Just when you thought this was someone that really cared about pet owners.
5. If a fat old guy in a red suit grabs you and puts you in a bag, don’t be afraid. I told Santa you’re all I want for Christmas.
Okay. This one is pretty good. But I guess it works best if you’re on Tinder in December. Or if you believe in getting your Christmas shopping done early.
6. Have you ever wondered why there’s a ‘D’ in fridge and no ‘D’ in refrigerator?
Things that make you say ‘Hmmm?’ I guess a person with this type of thinking deserves a response. But not necessarily a date because they may have more weird questions like that.
7. We’ve passed the math test, let’s see how we’ll do when it comes to chemistry.
The Tinder’s algorithm did connect us, so the math reference is good. And an innovative thinker like this one may deserve a shot at the off-line chemistry test.
Tinder one-liners are usually good for a smile. However, occasionally it can lead to something more. Hopefully these icebreakers help you find what you’re seeking.