In the midst of all the Manti Te’o drama along with Redskins players getting duped by fake twitter accounts, it’s clear ya’ll need some tips determining who’s a real hottie and who’s a creepy bearded dude behind a sexy avatar. Look for these tell-tale signs before you decide to Brett Farve a girl that you meet on twitter
1. SHE HAS A SEXY AVATAR, BUT NO OTHER PICTURES
If the only pictures of the “hottie” are just the profile and/or background image, then… your hottie has a beard. If the avatar pic is of someone else, obviously they will be limited with the images they post up.
If your “hottie” meets this criteria, use a reverse image search to trace the image on the Internet. The more search results you get, the more beards your hottie has I made this video to show you how to do it.
2. ONLY POSTS PROFESSIONALLY SHOT IMAGES
Like I said earlier, when using other people’s pics the user is limited with what they can post. If all the pics look like they’re in a photoshoot then there’s a good chance the images are of a random model…and more than likely your hottie has a flowing Jason Kelce-like birds nest.
Look for more personal photos, like “selfies” with no professional lighting and no fancy background. If you wanna pull a background check on these images too, you can use the same image search tactic I referenced above, and in this video.
3. SHE NEVER SHOWS HER FACE
Steer Clear! This is a HUGE red flag and could mean many things, but what you know for certain is she’s hiding something. Other than the fact she may be a “butterface” or cross-dresser, they are most likely using pictures of random hot girls from the internet to lure you in.
4. INCONSISTENT PHOTOS
I’ll give you an example, I saw a girl who had an account and would post pictures, but one week she was looking like Lady Gaga, the next week looking like Beyonce, something wasn’t adding up. She was tricky in that her pics did seem natural like everyday life photos, but I started noticing subtle differences that lead me to believe she wasn’t the girl in the pics.
That account has disappeared, which means she probably got exposed. That beard was busted!
In the case of the Manti Te’o and Redskins player hoaxes, all players made attempts to meet up with their “hottie” in person, but the person behind the fake accounts would make excuses why they couldn’t meet. Saying for example, “I’m out of town,” “I have this other thing,” or in Manti Te’os case “I’m Dead.”
Now don’t go around accusing every hot girl as being fake. Girls are capable of different looks when they have different make-up and hairstyles, so don’t go attacking people right away. Look from a distance and see if more signs appear that lead you to believe the account is fake.
For example, I have many different looks, but some reasons you know that I’m real is I add video to the mix, which is a very easy way to verify how a person looks. Plus, I personalize my videos giving shout outs to people that send me gifts. I post pics of myself at home, trying on different outfits, and I have given you all the opportunity to meet me in person during the Eagles games.
Remember: Fear the Beard!