Tinder – Is it worth the swipe? After recently almost super liking my ex, I would think not. No doubt it would have been absolutely morto on my life should I suddenly express a false, deep desire to hop back into bed with him after four years. Or worse… lunch. No thank you, boo.
It was only about a month ago I had to block a guy I had matched with due to his OTT Snapchat pics. There I would be chilling with my nan or eating my brekkie, and BOOM. I’ve seen every inch of the lad and don’t even know what he does for a living. Ah, lovely.
A few days ago I matched with an absolute BEAUT who I presumed had to be too good to be true. Judging by him unmatching me when I asked if he was a catfish, I’m guessing he definitely was a catfish, and definitely wasn’t my soulmate. You win some, you lose some!
On top of all of this, I tend to just go “AHHHH!” and exit the app when I come across the man who broke my heart. Swiping left seems too final, swiping right will just lead to tears – whether we match or not.
I can’t count the amount of times I get rid of the Tinder app and then download it again, and I am still shocked every time I come across a lad I’m snapping who has expressed zero interest in being with me, ever. How DARE you be on Tinder when I also am and we are only friends? Rude af?
Tinder is grand for passing the time, but will I delete the app tonight? Possibly. And will I then regret that when the man of my dreams doesn’t come along in real life eight minutes later? Probably.