“Dating websites are not a refuge for the pathetic,” he would wind up writing for the piece.“They are used by a cross-section of South Jerseyans, from divorcees to college students. The 28-year-old Ocean Township resident has earned the title as the most "swiped right" man on Tinder, the online dating app, in New Jersey. When it comes to dating, Mizrahi said he prefers meeting women the old-fashioned way."I’d rather just go up to a bar and talk to a girl — sweep her off her feet that way," Mizrahi said.
(Swiping right means you're interested in talking further, swiping left means rejection.)He also appeared in People magazine in 2015 as one of the sexiest men on Tinder."It's incredible," Mizrahi said. To balance it out, Mizrahi recommends adding a candid shot — one where you're looking off into the distance, smiling, and preferably wearing a "nice sweater." "It's like, 'Oh, they just caught me looking like this.' "MORE: Tour the new luxury Asbury Park condo For Mizrahi's third picture, he appears sporting a bit of facial hair. Earlier that week the managing editor had been bemoaning the fact that newspapers were struggling to draw younger readers.The dating story, Katz figured, would make the managing editor happy—and be a way for the young reporter, then very single, to meet women.Four years later, nearly 540,000 people have visited Southjerseytrails.org, a savvy, user-friendly how-to overview of picturesque places to walk, with or without the kids, in the portion of the Garden State that hiking guidebooks generally ignore.A part of New Jersey, truth be told, that some people — among them, local inhabitants — disparage as a flat and featureless swath of urban/suburban/exurban sprawl.