Do You Fib on Your Dating Profile?

Do you agree with the so-called “unspoken rules” of dating apps? When the hosts discussed why men lie about their height, the conversation turned to fibbing on sites in general!

“When you date online, you gotta take off 2 inches of whatever the man says,” Loni warned.

As Jeannie pointed out, there are “unspoken rules” when it comes to sharing info — and fabricating said information — on a dating app.

One formula she heard from a friend was that “if a man tells you how many women he’s slept with, you’ve got to add half more of what he said.”

As guest co-host Jessica “Jess Hilarious” Moore added about women, “We do it, too.”

“That’s a form of catfishing!” she joked. “You’re catfishing me if you’re telling me that you’re 6-foot-2 and you’re really 2-foot-6!”

“I don’t think it’s about the height,” Jeannie added. “I think it’s about the chemistry. I think it’s about, if that man is right for you when he puts his arms around you, it doesn’t matter if he’s 6-foot-2 or 2-foot-6, you feel safe.”

Adrienne chimed in, “No guy has ever been too short for me, so I’m out of this conversation!”

Do you have a preferred height for a partner? And — let’s keep it real — have you fibbed on a dating-app profile?


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