Swiping Right

As the modern world continuously speeds up, our courtship processes have adjusted with it. Apps such as Tinder and Bumble dominate the dating game, and for many, these platforms are their exclusive avenue to meet new people. Some may call this a welcome addition to maximising time and potential mates. But for others, it’s a soul-crushing endeavour of swiping right without the slightest shred of reciprocated attention. The male ego is notoriously fragile, and men regularly devolve into grotesque and shameful versions of themselves. Poor women endure an onslaught of unacceptable behaviour, like cheap pickup seduction lies, unsolicited explicit imagery, and sometimes a full-on temper tantrum of insults when the man’s advances are rejected. My brothers, this is not the way! Swiping Right teaches men that they can be genuine and polite yet still meet a plethora of women using only dating apps. All you need is some tiny tweaks to your profile and attitude, and you will transform into what females refer to as “actually a good guy”, attracting girls far more suited to your exact personality. Here are the dating essentials that we will cover over this quick read: A thorough list of the online platforms available, helping you to discover the perfect demographic for your type and budget; The smartest photo practices (including the main secret so many men neglect!); What women want when reading a bio; How to manipulate the algorithms in your favour; Little-known hacks and tricks to get noticed; And finally, how to escalate the flirty conversation smoothly into the real-life dating stage. Best of all, it’s about honesty and being yourself. No lame pickup artistry. No repulsive schemes. No manipulative gimmicks. Simple statistics are the solution, and the more lovely people you can meet, the faster you’ll attract the right one (or two) specific humans with whom you sexually and intellectually click. Bring back the ethical gentleman! Go to bed and sleep easy with a clear conscience, preferably with somebody else next to you!

Meet Jared Woods

Born in South Africa and now homeless as a nomadic something or other, Jared Woods does whatever he wants. As a scriptwriter for the YouTube channel Pencilmation, millions of people watch his work every day with scripts surpassing the 100 million mark. He has written six books to date, including the spiritual philosophy of the “Janthopoyism Bible”, the self-help publication “Heartbreak Sucks!”, the fictional novel “This Is Your Brain On Drugs” and a music journalism guide “The 250 Best Albums of the Decade (2010 – 2019)”. An additional million people have enjoyed his blog, Juice Nothing. His other creative projects include #legobiscuits (a daily one-panel Instagram comic), composing solo music under the name Coming Down Happy, “singing” for the band Sectlinefor, and producing a film called Definitely Not a Cry For Help which is already partially on YouTube. Jared is the founder of Janthopoyism. Follow Jared on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @legotrip