In fact, according to a spokesperson from the dating app Hinge, women are 40% more likely to respond to openers about food.So, in theory, asking a woman a question about Whole Foods isn't a bad place to start. "It's funny and got people's attention because it's almost the quintessential millennial hipster line," says Erin Sumner, Ph D, an assistant professor at Trinity University who studies online dating.Some people know how to start a Tinder conversation smoothly every time and set themselves up for consistent success.Others however, rarely get a reply from their first message. And if you follow the five simple steps in this post you’ll be well on your way to starting kick-ass Tinder conversations full of flirty banter.Most guys fail to get a reply because they’re starting their Tinder conversations off in a boring way, saying the exact same thing as every other guy on Tinder.And because the start of the conversation is boring, the rest of the conversation is boring as well.
If a girl receives 10 Tinder messages in a day, 7 of those are messages like Unless they’re a male model, starting a Tinder conversation like that isn’t going to get them far!The reason why it works isn't just a testament to Whole Foods' broad appeal; it's actually kind of brilliant.Unlike a generic greeting, this question requires a response or, at the very least, a "haha." It's also assertive and skips over the small talk, so you can get right to the part where you make plans together, says Samantha Burns, LMHC, a relationship counselor and dating consultant."Vegetarian," "grad school," or even the word "zombie" have a higher response rate than the average message, she says. Sumner suggests personalizing it, like, "Saw this ice cream at Whole Foods and remembered that it was your favorite. "Chatting a match for the first time can be stressful, so it's refreshing the way this lighthearted message cuts through any potential awkwardness.We often put so much effort into making a good first impression, so when you can make someone laugh with a pick-up line, it really works and everyone wins. Although Dev got away with reusing this line over and over again, you have to be careful about that.