The perfect dating guide

So that pic of you pretending to hold up the Leaning Tower of Pisa, or the one of you with a giant snake around your neck?

These are best left for amusing your friends on Facebook, not for trying to attract the love of your life.

But if you’re delving into the past by more than that, make sure there aren’t any clues in the shot that give away just how old it is.

So perhaps avoid the pic of you with the ‘Rachel’ haircut and an All Saints CD on the table next to you. Don’t get us wrong – there’s a place for studio photography.

Ok, we admit we’re exaggerating a bit on this one but you get the idea.

If your appearance hasn’t changed much, then it’s likely you can get away with a shot taken a few years ago.

But let’s face it, you rarely look your best when your eyes are barely pointing the same way.

To give you a better overall experience, we want to provide relevant ads that are more useful to you.So save your gastronomic expertise for that third date instead.Guys – we know you might have spent six months in the gym perfecting those pectorals, or toning those abs, and you want your date to know you’re in great shape, right? Shots of you topless in front of the mirror send all the wrong messages and are a surefire way to make people swipe left. Unless they were taken by a pro, travel photos can have more than a whiff of cheese about them.Equally, avoid pics taken the next day after a big night.You in a kitchen laden with empty bottles, dressed in a onesie, still wearing last night’s make up and clutching an empty tub of Haagen-Dazs might not send the right message to potential dates.

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