THE reason thousands of women in this generation are using dating apps is because they are looking for true love.
Unfortunately, dating apps have left too many women with a bad taste in their mouths after horrible interactions with jerks.
A TikToker named Rachel Kent posted a clip on the popular video-sharing app that revealed a horrific conversation she had with a recent Hinge match.
Hinge aims to be a better alternative for people who want to avoid other problematic dating apps like Tinder and Bumble.
As of now, Hinge feels just as bad as its competitors.
Rachel revealed a full throttle insult in the first message she received of their Hinge match.
He wrote, “See, my experience with these apps is that most cute girls either don’t have a real career or don’t have a real personality.”
His message continues: “You say you’re in school to be a PA, so it has to be personality.”
In other words, he went straight to the throat with an insult that assumes she doesn’t have a great personality to interact with given her credible career path.
She responded by saying, “Bold of you to insult my personality in your first message.”
For some reason, the guy still thought he had a chance with her, so he kept sending messages her way.
He jokingly wrote, “Fortune favors the brave.”
She ended the interaction by saying, “Bold of you to think that after such a horrible start I actually don’t want to speak to you anymore…”
Someone in the comments section wrote: “THE UDACITY. You don’t want to be with someone like that anyway! They deserve better.”
Another person, equally shocked, wrote: “I don’t understand? Did he really think that would work?”
Everything about the guy’s first message was offensive, false, and frankly embarrassing.
A girl on a dating app can be cute, have a great career, and have a great personality — unlike what its message suggests.
He genuinely thought he could charm her by sending such an insulting remark and instead he was rebuffed.
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