Fellas, pay attention.
If you want to start a conversation with someone on a dating site, whatever your intentions are, you probably don't want to start it like this:
In an Instagram post by user heididianeolsen, it is clear what Tinder user "Evan" wanted out of this conversation.
"What's the biggest dick you've ever played with," Evan wrote.
Really, Evan? Really?
#wasitsomethingisaid ? The grammatically challenged feminist tinder response. Don't be this guy!! Also I'm hysterical. Apology for adult content, but we needed some public shaming of this behavior. #forevealone #tinder #tindersexism #singlelife #funnyfeminist #asshole #asshome #lol #tinderfail #tindernightmares #dating #modernromance
Heidi Diane Olsen's response however, was spot on:
"I'm honestly not trying be an asshole and genuinely interested in knowing what your success rate with this line is?"
Honestly, we wonder the same.
Later posting a screenshot of the conversation on Instagram, the 27-year-old from Salt Like City, Utah added the following note.
"The grammatically challenged feminist tinder response. Don't be this guy!! Also I'm hysterical. Apology for adult content, but we needed some public shaming of this behaviour," she says.
And we've seen all kinds of sexist messages in the dating world, especially ones that objectify women or bring up the talk of reproductive organs.
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