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a problem when they put too much focus on it), and yet they're doing nothing but assessing women's photos for "hotness" potential.

READ: How To Take Sexy-As-Hell Selfies (As Explained By Naked Barbie)Men's photos are blurry and out of focus, as if the guys snapped the photos and posted without reviewing them.

Hell, sometimes it was just a shot of the dog with no guy. Seems while guys aren't overly concerned about making themselves look good for their own online dating profiles, they're pretty picky about how a woman presents herself there. Listen up guys: if you want to get more hits on online dating sites, step up your photo game. You can take a million photos and choose the best one.

I'm to the point where if a guy is at the gym taking a selfie, I run away. We like you to have a good body, but you don't have to be wearing a Gold's Gym tank and pumping iron to prove it. Why is it that 99 percent of guys suddenly think about taking a selfie while in the driver's seat (or the passenger's seat, which may speak to whether they like to be in control or controlled)?

I would much rather you keep your eyes on the road, mister.

And their faces are always either gangsta or derpy (that's my kid's word for dumb).

When I saw the first few photos of guys with dogs, I was all "aww." But then it became an epidemic. Yeah, that's a one-shot thing because if your photos show a lack of imagination (and reeks of creepy, narcissistic serial killer), we will be swiping left and moving on to the guy who actually put some effort into his photos.

I'm new to the world of online dating, and I went kicking and screaming into the experience (though it seems to be working out after all).

So understandably, I'm a bit judgmental when it comes to what's going on in the worlds of Match, Zoosk, Bumble, e Harmony, and the like.

Here's how to pick the best photos for your dating profile — because first impressions If you're normally not the sporty type, no need to fake it but, according to the Hinge data, photos of people participating in sports performed 75 percent better than the average photo.

Photos of people having fun on a night out with friends got 74 percent more likes than the average picture, Hinge found.

Maybe they're on a bad date from a dating site and they're ready to attract someone else. I just find the bathroom a dumb place to take a selfie.

Also, they tend to try to look like gangstas in the photo, which is always super-sexy to a woman.

Although 80 percent of Hinge users' shots were posed, the data reveals that candid photos are 15 percent more likely to receive a like.

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