Man who boasts about sex with ‘world’s most beautiful women’ & claims you need to be an 8.5/10 to date him gets roasted

Man who boasts about sex with ‘world’s most beautiful women’ & claims you need to be an 8.5/10 to date him gets roasted

A MAN has been roasted for his outrageous Tinder profile, which claims he has sex with the “world’s most beautiful women”.

Dating app user Paul insisted in his description that you need to be an “8.5 or better” out of 10 in the looks department to date him.


The man, who posted a half naked bathroom selfie as one of his snaps, said appearance is the “most important” thing about women.

The 41-year-old singleton wrote: “I see average and ugly women everyday, everywhere I go.

“Why would I want to associate with more of them on dating sites? Please be an 8.5 or better!

“I’ve had sex with some of the most beautiful women in the world, so I kind of need something nice to keep my attention.

“In closing, looks are by FAR a woman’s most important asset and any woman that doesn’t get that is an idiot.

“Here’s the math – ugly women = weak man, got it!”

Unsurprisingly, Paul, who listed his hobbies as "politics", "surfing" and the "outdoors”, was roasted online for his profile.

A screenshot of his profile was shared on Reddit with the sarcastic caption “Paul… a true keeper”.

One unimpressed person commented: “Slept with some of the world's most beautiful women yet none of them have stuck around and he is on Tinder.. That says it all to me.”

Another agreed: “That was my first thought as well. Apparently he couldn't keep any of them lmao.”

A third wrote: “‘Shut up Paul.’ Was my whole mood reading his bio.”

Meanwhile, Tinder’s most ‘swiped-right’ man reveals how YOU can bag more dates, including logging on at 2pm on Sundays.

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