Gone those days when you liked a Girl and you had to wait hours outside her college. Tinder has Tinder is quite rich and famous for its dating techniques, pickup lines and much more. But on other side Tinder has also left some people with worst confessions that you’ll love reading. So presenting “Some Of The Weirdest Tinder Conversations Everyone Should Go Through.
1) THE COLLEGE MATCH.
Her: hey it’s a match
Me: yeah 😀
Silence all around for a minute then
Me: nothing just studying
Her: what are you studying?
Me: I have semester examination tomorrow
Her:oh and you are here 😀
Her: by the way which college in Jabalpur?
Me: Jabalpur engineering college, Electrical branch
Her: Are you in the 8th semester?
Me:(excitingly) yeah but how do you know?
Her: As far as I know only 8th-semester examination is on tomorrow
Her: if I’m not wrong you are that Ajeet na who comes on tvs streak scooty?
Her: you there?
Her: by the way, I am your control system teacher.
Her: mil beta ab tu kal ( now meet me tomorrow)
I uninstalled the app and in Google play, I rate it 1 star.spoiled the whole mood.
Start surfing Facebook.
P.S: On the very next day she waves her hands and I went to the room where two more teachers were there and she said this is the guy I told you, he is very much active in tinder( Internet). Now go what are you looking at I make sure you wouldn’t pass the exam and smiled at me.
Somehow I managed to pass the subject.
2) THE BRO-ZONED MATCH.
Happened in Hyderabad, India.
This girl was not interested in dating n all. She just used to talk about love, relationships and other random things. She was cute and very childish…
… and then this happened
Yes. I was bro-zoned on tinder.
3) MATCH WITH KARMA
(Confession by a girl)
I was using tinder – on and off between late 2015 and mid-2016. Most of my experiences there (and by most, I mean 2) have been okay-ish. There were months where I’d uninstall it only to install it again to relieve me of my boredom.
Early 2016 was a particularly tough year for me, with many rejections on the job front. One such rejection was from a startup, based out of Gurgaon. The first, math round, was non-eliminative. The second round was an interview with one of the founders of the startup which went off pretty well. But as luck would have it, I didn’t clear the cut-off in the first round and was not considered for the position.
A few months later, after I had settled in a different job, I re-installed tinder and started swiping right and left the profile pictures. One such profile was that of the very co-founder who had interviewed me! I didn’t realize it at that moment, only when the screen showed a match did it dawn upon me that it was the same guy.
I decided to message him and ask him if he remembered interviewing me, to which his responses were really lousy and grammatically incorrect.
‘Nt rlly’, ‘u stll rmbr it?’, ‘nyc’.
‘do u wnt to meet smtym’
Well, that was when I told him off.
Rejected me for my math. I rejected him for his grammar. I guess we are even. 🙂
Now taking a leave and swipe Left on Tinder.