There’s probably only one thing that feels worse than not being able to find your name on those customized name gizmos, assorted gadgets and cute little key chains at gift shops — and I’m pretty sure it’s finding out that your name, beautiful as you know it to be, didn’t make Tinder’s who’s who’s list of names — i.e., the top 10 women’s names that men have said they are the most likely to swipe right on.
Basically, this new information is simply proof that my mother’s decision to give me a “unique” name has screwed me all the way over yet again.
On the bright side, I finally have clarity as to why I only get approached by weirdos when I log into dating apps such as Tinder, Bumble and Hinge.
All the women with the hottest names are probably already taking the best of the best of my options.
But whatever! I’m actually cute and smart and well-educated and successful and definitely not any of those things only because of my name, so ha — the joke is most definitely on those men!
While my name didn’t make the cut, yours certainly may have.
So if you are curious to find out whether or not your name has what it takes to get you a date on apps of this kind, here are the top 10 most right-swiped women’s names Tinder.
The Top 10 Women’s Names Most Likely To Get Men To Swipe Right On Tinder
So those are officially the top 10 names most likely to get a guy to swipe right on your Tinder profile, but what did I really read?
1. Not me
2. Not Me
3. Not Me
Etc. You get the point.
I guess the best part is that they also posted a list of the top 10 guys’ names so I can know exactly who to prey on the next time I muster up enough courage to deal with the strange love dating scene that is Tinder.
The Top 10 Men’s Names Most Likely To Get Women To Swipe Right On Tinder
In short, the next time you’re swiping through profiles on Tinder, you may just want to take heed of these names and see if that’s what’s influencing you and if it means you’re really making the best possible choices.
Just a thought…
Kiarra Sylvester is a freelance writer who recently completed her graduate degrees in human sexuality and social work at Widener University.