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“It felt easier than interacting with real-life people.Nowadays I only use when I’m insanely bored or hungover and haven’t been on a date in about three months.The thing that annoys me most about it is that I can’t understand why the internet turns men into a bunch of sex pests and borderline psychotics.I see my actual friends who are nice, polite, caring boys speaking to girls like shit on Tinder and I can’t see where this behaviour comes from.1.You arrive, they look nothing like their pictures, you have a chat, you don’t like them, they’re a banker with a horrible ego, you leave thoroughly disappointed that you wasted your time and potentially your dignity on snapchat.2.You arrive, they look like their pictures (I’m definitely not an angel in the ‘look like your pictures’ front but…), you get on quite well, you get horrendously drunk, you sleep together, you go to work in the same clothes, you never message each other again.It was recommenced by my friend Barbara who met her now husband 18 months through 2CONNECT matchmaking.
My first Tinder date was on a really rainy afternoon so we popped out to the beer garden when the sun came out and whatever way the wind caught the tarpaulin above us it emptied a bath load of water all over him. “The only advice I would give is to use with caution.It is based on a few filtered pictures and short dates so you can’t ever be really sure what you are getting yourself in for.No guy is going to say in their tagline ‘I’m an emotional mess who will wreck your head as soon as you start to like me and take all the angst I have for my mother out on you (I’ll also cancel our fourth date ten minutes before by text)’.“I think at first, when I was naive to the ways of Tinder, I probably did use it in the hopes of actually finding someone or at least someone half alright to go on a few dates with.However, my patience has worn pretty thin with endless rude or explicit messages.” I would go as far as to say that Tinder has actually ruined my opinion of men or, should I say, boys my age.
“I was nursing a broken heart and had just moved to London so it seemed quite new and exciting.