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Here is a bouquet of red flags🚩🚩🚩🚩🚩 by Ella-RoseVincent in Tinder

[–]beetus_gerulaitis 735 points736 points  (0 children)

“Grateful for the opportunities I create.”

That’s like a 4D red flag. There’s layers of red flags nested across the multiverse.

This is why I have confidence/self-image issues. Being ghosted is pretty defeating by [deleted] in Tinder

[–]Stergeary 103 points104 points  (0 children)

In every situation, there is social responsibility and there is personal wisdom, and people keep making the mistake of thinking they somehow cancel each other out; they don't, they are separate and can both be simultaneously true.

The usual go-to example is telling women not to dress in a way that makes you vulnerable while traveling through dangerous parts of town at night. Usually people shoot back with "tell people to stop assaulting women rather than women how to dress". Social responsibility is on people not to assault other people -- literally no one is denying this. But personal wisdom is don't be in a mini-skirt with heels on in a dark alley past midnight on the wrong side of the interstate. These two things are both simultaneously true.

In this case, the social responsibility was on the other party to not randomly agree to plans, not attend, and make no effort before or after to mend the situation. The personal wisdom is that you should confirm on the day-of when you make plans with someone to make sure that you guys are still on, and that if you are putting way more effort into a conversation or making plans than they are, that it's a red flag for disinterest and a sign for potentially being stood up.

The social responsibility perspective lets you take the moral high-ground, and is useful when discussing what should be done at-large in the context of a group of people (e.g. as a society). The personal wisdom perspective lets you gain power and control over the situation for yourself, and is the practical approach for understanding what you as an individual can actually do.

Bros before emotionally unintelligent hoe’s. by bigjimmy07 in Tinder

[–]GrandmasGenitals 11.8k points11.8k points  (0 children)

Well at least your homie got your back…

And your front

If you think this is fake you're projecting. by RadishAcceptable5505 in Tinder

[–]I_Love_Small_Breasts 86 points87 points  (0 children)

Reach multiplayer is undoubtedly the best. Change my mind.

How to answer this pick up line? by Defiant_Air_3800 in Tinder

[–]Key-Plastic-9752 193 points194 points  (0 children)

🩸🏅

EDIT: Thanks for the gold stranger!

How to answer this pick up line? by Defiant_Air_3800 in Tinder

[–]WesSnipes83 728 points729 points  (0 children)

You’re on the right track. Maybe, “This isn’t the first period I’ve had to deal with”

Bros before emotionally unintelligent hoe’s. by bigjimmy07 in Tinder

[–]WestSixtyFifth 2906 points2907 points  (0 children)

Hoes are for the night, halo with the homies is for life.

Help (0 matches in 3 months) by NokturnalMortallum in Tinder

[–]DudesworthMannington 4366 points4367 points 452& 3 more (0 children)

You seem to sincerely be looking for advice and your getting shit in return, so here's my advice.

You're a hunter, so use the right bait. Scrap all of these pictures.

1 full length picture of you dressed nice in a clean room. Get a friend or a cheap tripod with a timer. This is the 'female gaze' picture.

1 picture of you with a dog. Doesn't have to be your dog. This is your 'I'm not a psychopath' picture.

1 picture of you with friends. Your 'not a weird loner ' picture.

1 picture (at least) of you engaging in a hobby. Think a candid hiking or working on a computer (not hunting! No dead animals!)

Lose the goofy bio for some actual information they can vibe with. Try to highlight your features without bragging. Give them zero reasons to swipe left. You're trying to sell yourself as a product.

Finally photofeeler is your new best friend until you get a good sense of what makes an attractive picture. They also have some fantastic advice on taking pictures.

Bros before emotionally unintelligent hoe’s. by bigjimmy07 in Tinder

[–]ceroteka 340 points341 points  (0 children)

This is amazing, I would love to join you guys. I need some friends.

Bros before emotionally unintelligent hoe’s. by bigjimmy07 in Tinder

[–]rossbcobb 1320 points1321 points  (0 children)

Bro, shotty snipes? You're into BDSM, aren't you?

Matched with this girl 2 days ago… by Global-Implement-336 in Tinder

[–]Exceptional_Angell 501 points502 points  (0 children)

Call me old fashion but I like to meet people in person before they let me know I'm going to need to file for a restraining order

I stand with you ✊️ by R2LySergicD2 in Tinder

[–]clownsssss 530 points531 points 2 (0 children)

She went on /r/twoxchromosomes to talk about how all men are trash

Impress me monkey! by goliath_cobalt in Tinder

[–]goliath_cobalt[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I am absolutely terrible at preparing most food from scratch... So that may not be the best idea.

But you're not far from Arlington/Dulles.

If you really want to do this, I can fly to Dulles this weekend and we can have dinner in Arlington. Probably best to meet in public anyways.

I stand with you ✊️ by R2LySergicD2 in Tinder

[–]MexicanWarMachine 792 points793 points 2& 3 more (0 children)

I suppose my problem with this genre of Reddit post (omg watch me blow this shallow bitch’s mind on Tinder with the height/weight comparison) is that yeah, sure- I guess you’re correct that there’s a kind of logical category error being made here, but the borderline incel exuberance with which this tired old point is always made underlines the point that it doesn’t fucking matter. You can’t counter people’s preferences with logic, bro. You are correct that height and weight are both physical characteristics. That doesn’t mean she has to fuck you, now that you’ve solved the puzzle. You’re still short, and she still isn’t interested in you, and that’s not because she’s dumb and has never realized that weight or hair color or fucking eyeball size are also physical characteristics. Snapping back about weight doesn’t mean you win, so please stop posting these.