Woman's creepy Tinder profile has people seriously worrying about who they swipe right on
The world of dating in the modern world is a vast, confusing and challenging landscape. While landing yourself a date used to be based on human interaction and chance encounters, it's now a science.
There is a multitude of articles online that give you tips and tricks on how to improve your "Tinder Game" in order to ensure that you land yourself a hot date. Whether it's lying about your job, refraining from dad jokes and not using too many group photos; the methods differ depending on what you read.
However, with this ability to create a persona online, "catfishing" becomes a very real risk. If you are going out on a Tinder/Bumble/POF date, you don't actually know who you are really meeting. While they may say that they're a 27-year-old firefighter, they might actually be a 37-year-old who loves nothing more than trawling the depths of Reddit or spending their free time on The Fappening.
So, when it comes to online dating, honesty is the best policy, right? Well, kind of.
Of course, it's important to be an open and honest book, but for some people, they may take this notion and run a bit too far with it.
Among all the yoga poses, all the travel photos and all the people who describe themselves as "bubbly" or a "nice guy," it's pretty hard to make a profile that stands out from the crowd when it comes to Tinder.
That said, some people do. Whether it's a funny bio, some incredible photos, or just being downright creepy.
Creepy people are - unfortunately - a downside of dating in the modern age. Due to the fact that they no longer have to go outside and talk to people in order to get some form of social interaction, creeps can use apps such as Tinder to freak people out and scare them instead.
And, in light of this slightly worrying notion, take a minute to have a look at the Tinder bio below and take it all in.
"I am looking for a lifetime partner who is really hardworking, humble, HEALTHY and trustworthy. He must have both lungs and kidneys, heart with a sinus rhythm. Non-smoker and occasional drinker is fine, or [do not] take any substance that could damage the liver."
Okay, so there's a lot wrong here. Firstly, you're looking for a "lifetime partner"? From the get-go? On Tinder?
Secondly, I mean, what the actual f-? C'mon! Who in their right mind specifies the body parts that they want their partner to have and the heart rhythm? Who told her this was a good idea? Why has she done this?
Understandably, Twitter users believe that the woman is looking to harvest the organs and sell them on to vendors.
While this woman is undoubtedly not the only person to lurk in the dark corners of Tinder, her profile is still pretty worrying. Let this be a lesson learnt: make sure you read bios before you start doing the finger running man.