After numerous swipes (left mostly) Tinder shows me the dreaded message “There’s no one new around you”. I log back in an hour later and am presented with people who have logged in two days ago, so why did they not appear earlier when it said there was no one new? Why? Is this real? Is this fake? Does anyone even care?
It has the same feeling as when I was seven years old, having just passed the last level of Mario Bros for Sega, but without the glory of the once-in-a-rainy-day opportunity. This is as boring as choosing a chicken at a battery farm.
Bizarre Facebook character as a friend in common? Next.
Psychopath carrying a machine gun? Next.
Woman holding a fish? Next.
Do you think that your Chicago Bulls jersey is fancy? Next.
Delete the app for a few days and then, next. If anyone asks, we will say we met in a bar.