What Grown Women Think About Your Shirtless Profile Picture - VIDEO

If you ask many women they will tell you about the long list of mistakes men make on profile or dating pics (incl. pics w sunglasses, motorcycles, guns, ex girlfriends, dead animals or fish)... but a man over a certain age or at a stage in life purposely showing his nipples in a shirtless gym or bathroom pic is the gold standard when it comes to what many women seem to hate... (sorry... Jerry, but nobody really wants to see a 44 year old accountant get a "sick pump."

I've created a Q&A (or PSA depending on your viewpoint) that will give you a few guidelines whether a grown man (with a few exceptions) should use a shirtless profile picture.   

Bradley Richardson

#advancedadulting

www.bradleyrichardson.com

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Should A Grown Man Ever Use A Shirtless Profile Pic?

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This is a Q&A … ok PSA depending on your perspective.. but seriously, is there any reason a grown ass man over 35 should be showing his nipples in a profile pic (unless you’re an athlete, trainer or fitness model… it’s your job,) otherwise… WTH. Here is what grown intelligent professional women who can conjugate verbs think of your shirtless profile pic.

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