Online dating sites like Tinder and Plenty of Fish make it easy to meet people for hookups, relationships, and more. However, the easy nature of dating services also makes it easy to lose sight of the actual person on the other end of your messages. The Tinder Files are my attempt to hold people accountable for what they say on social media. I post totally inappropriate and gross pickup lines, hoping it becomes less acceptable to treat people like sex objects. I post the ones that don’t make sense, because even someone you want casual sex with deserves a proofread message. And bro, it’s just not good for your game if your “hey” actually comes out as “gey.” However, I also post the super cute ones, because in the midst of all that negativity, we need to remember the romantics are out there, too.
Check out my first TF post to see my rules.
~ Swiped for the Dog ~
Have any of you guys had that experience where you post a picture with your hot friend, or a more popular friend? All the likes and comments seem to be for that person. Well, posting a picture with my dog on my dating sites has given me that same experience. My dog is literally my hot friend.
I don’t blame anyone at all. I mean, he’s perfect. Just look at him:
It’s just that, y’know, him being a show-stealer comes with it’s downsides. On dating sites, everyone just talks to me to get to him. Everyone tells me how cute he is. They all hope he’s me, blah blah, blah….