Dating columnist Jana Hocking is sick of “beige flags,” and she’s not alone.
Compared to “red flags,” which indicate a potential partner might be mean-spirited or toxic, beige flags are more benign: Someone starts conversations with “hi” and answers questions with “good.” Maybe the person has a photo of a big fish in the profile photo… or maybe they haven’t even written a bio.
Don’t want to give off beige flags? Review your profile and remove stock answers, upload adventurous photos, and put a bit more effort into that first message.
Check out more, here: (NY Post)