Hi, I’m Nixalina from Sex & London City.
Are you bored yet of men just matching with you on Tinder so they can then send unrequested photos of their penis? Me too.
Here’s how to spot (and thus avoid) them.
1. He has a photo of his penis as one of his main profile photos
He has already expressed his stance on penis photos and it is evident he wants the world to see his manhood. Avoid like the plague.
2. One of his photos is a suggestive topless photo
Once again, he’s making his intentions quite clear by showcasing his bare body.
If he puts his chest as a main photo, he doesn’t seem like a man looking for a long term love affair.
3. Uses words like ‘looking for fun’ in his Tinder bio
Rest assured he really is looking for fun…in your panties.
He certainly isn’t looking for fun aka future wife material, oh no.
4. Adds his Snapchat name to his bio
Snapchat really is for fun private photos between friends.
So why does he want the entire Tinder population of women to add him?
Surely it is obvious – Snapchat is rife for naked photo swapping, and he wants a wedge of the action.
Chances of receiving a penis photo is a good 95 per cent.
5. His direct messages are just that…direct
So you’ve matched with each other and he heads immediately into the direct messages and comments on your looks.
This is common, and basically means he thinks he is ‘well in there’ with you.
Unconcerned with your personality, he’s after a bed buddy.
He wants a photo off you and will happily send you one back.
6. Asks for your Whatsapp, Kik or Snapchat instantly
If he’s asking super quickly for any of these, he’s definitely after some photo swapping fun.
Most guys take some time to talk first before giving out numbers.
If he is fast to swap digits, chances are he’s this fast with other girls too and thus he’s got one thing on his mind, resulting in that penis photo.
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