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22 Bumble Profiles For Women (Witty, Smart, & Sexy)

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Figuring out how to write a Bumble profile sucks when you don’t know where to start.

Gone are the days when is was kinda ok to leave your Bumble profile blank. It’s also generally accepted that Bumble ladies are already high caliber, so what can you do to make your Bumble profile stand out from all the other queen bees?

We’ve got you covered.

We’ve polled our [discerning] guy friends, scoured the internet, and collected our best Bumble profile tips and Bumble profile examples that work.

Bumble profile #1: Unpopular opinions

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Are you a bit cheeky or provocative? Relish in a good-natured debate?

Sharing unpopular opinions in your bio is one of our best Bumble profile tips for sparking the convos you enjoy without being downright disagreeable.

Examples:

Jules, 29

unpopular opinions…

memory foam is extremely uncomfortable. snakes make great pets. android > apple.

Kristina, 32

Unpopular opinions:

– brussel sprouts are tastiest raw.

– Tom Cruise is an amazing actor.

– mini golf is boring and all-around horrible.

Bumble profile #2: Favorite things

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It doesn’t have to be be boring to simply list things you like in your Bumble profile.

The key to making your list of favorites fresh is to get specific.

What really excites you? What tv show are you obsessed with? Why do you like the outdoors?

Pinpoint exactly what you’re into and share details about those fave things to have a Bumble profile that really stands out.

Examples:

Charlotte, 27

The smell of the air outside after it rains, Nerds rope, bouldering, roadtrips with no set destination, stand up comedy, yoga

Abby, 19

Can’t live without sunshine, Rick & Morty, hiking, Bon Iver, my turtle Marvin, and dancing

Bumble profile #3: Would you rather

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You can share a ton about yourself simply by asking a thoughtful question in your Bumble profile.

A clever “would you rather” question shows you’re interested in chatting and not just swiping.

Examples:

Mia, 24

Would you rather spend the rest of your life with a sailboat as your home or an RV as your home?

Hannah, 28

Would you rather have all of your clothes fit perfectly…

… or have the most comfortable pillow, blankets, and sheets in existence?

Bumble profile #4: Obscure skills

Can you fit your whole fist in your mouth? Does your chest always tell you when it’s going to rain?

Do you have a kinda weird and unappreciated talent?

I guarantee Bumblers want to hear about those silly skills in your Bumble profile. I do.

Examples:

Jackie, 20

I’m secretly amazing at building in Minecraft.

Pretty accurate lip reader.

I can really quickly change the lyrics from any song into a song about my cat…try me!

Mary, 32

I always wake up at whatever time I plan the night before without setting an alarm.

Expert at whittling.

Bumble profile #5: Most likely, least likely

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Everyone has at least a couple quirks which are cute and charming. Or at least some personal preferences that set you apart from your friends.

The “most likely/least likely” Bumble profile template is an easy and fun way to share what you are…and are not…into.

Examples:

Serena, 22

Most likely to laugh at inappropriate times.

Least likely to watch horror movies.

Liv, 25

most likely to get lost in my own city…

…least likely to order a salad on our first date.

Bumble profile #6: I’ve always known, I’m still surprised

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Trying to figure out how to write a Bumble profile and condense all your fabulous and quirky traits into 300 characters can be paralyzing.

Focus on just one quality or interest and share it using these “I’ve always known, I’m still surprised” Bumble profile examples.

Examples:

Meg, 22

I’ve always known I’d end up working with animals.

I’m still surprised by how cute puppy breath smells!

Illia, 26

I’ve always known travel will be a big part of my life…

…I’m still surprised how easy it is to go over the weight limit for luggage! 😩

Bumble profile #7: Songs that describe you

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Where are my music lovers?

I know putting “I love music” in your Bumble profile is wayyy too basic for you, so get specific about what beats pump you up.

You can get silly and list out your lifelong anthems, or share the song currently stuck in your head.

Bonus: It never hurts to end your Bumble profile with a question that your match will want to answer right away!

Examples:

Jess, 24

Songs that describe my life…

– Hakuna Matata

– Let It Go

– Colors of the Wind

(Disney movies inspire me, ok??)

Victoria, 25

“I Like It” by Cardi B has been on repeat on my Spotify for the past 6 months and I’m still not sick of it.

What 2018 song should you really be sick of by now, but you can’t stop, won’t stop?

Bumble profile #8: In the zombie apocalypse…

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You can share so much about your personality without just listing out your hobbies in your Bumble profile.

Show you’re fun and funny by saying exactly what you’d be up to “in the zombie apocalypse”.

Examples:

Leah, 25

In the event of a zombie apocalypse, I’d immediately seek them out and get myself turned, and quickly work my way up to be the leader of the zombie race.

I’ve been low key preparing for this my whole life.

Eleanor, 28

In a zombie apocalypse, I’d grab my dog, steal some of those gas cans, siphon some gas to fill them, and drive up to Vail until I find the most remote cabin, break in, and binge P&R indefinitely.

Basically anything to avoid an I Am Legend situation with my pup for as long as possible.

Bumble profile #9: F, marry, kill

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There are a bunch of Bumble profiles out there that say something along the lines of “I have a great sense of humor.”

You can do one better, and actually prove you have a sense of humor!

Boldly initiating a game like “f, marry, kill” in your profile will make guys want to match with you and play.

Examples:

Taryn, 27

F, marry, kill:

– Christina Aguilera

– Alexandra Daddario

– Rachel McAdams

?

Rebecca, 21

f, marry, kill…

Venus Williams, Helen Mirren, Tina Fey

Bumble profile #10: Three adjectives

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You are under no obligation to use up all 300 characters in your Bumble “about me”. In fact, one of our go-to Bumble profile tips is to keep it short!

Brief, snappy bios come across as confident and intriguing.

Make them curious to learn more by limiting your Bumble profile to a few adjectives that describe you best.

Examples:

Cassie, 21

Energetic. Free spirited. Passionate.

Thalia, 23

Bookish, curious, always hungry…

Bumble profile #11: Describe yourself using only emojis

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Emojis are fun, and using them exclusively in your bio can be quite mysterious, too!

They can be interpreted in many different ways, so describing yourself with emojis in your Bumble profile inevitably leads to follow-up questions from your matches!

Examples:

Sally, 27

🍑, 🐕, 📚, 🎵, 🎮, 🚭, 🌄

Wren, 30

♑, 🌊, 🏄, 🎨, 🍜, 🍣, ☕

P.S. …your Bumble profile doesn’t have to work so hard if your pics are 👌

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It can be really hard to know what are our best pics, and our friends are actually really bad at helping.

Test your photos on Photofeeler to find out how real men (or women) are responding to them.

Choosing pics using Photofeeler has been shown to increases match rates and match quality dramatically.

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Go to Photofeeler.com now and give it a try!

Also see: More great Bumble profiles

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