Rating The Tinder Messages I've Received By Their Sheer Audacity
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Rating The Tinder Messages I've Received By Their Sheer Audacity

There's nothing like the audacity of men on Tinder to entertain you.

Rating The Tinder Messages I've Received By Their Sheer Audacity

Tinder: a popular dating app used by millions of users, or for me at least, a form of entertainment. I downloaded Tinder for the first time back in August of 2020 with absolutely no intention of dating, and I maintain that purpose. This makes me sound like a horrible person, but I avoid anything that may lead people on or hurt someone's feelings. Over the course of being on the app, I've received many messages that have left me speechless at the audacity of men, and not in a good way. With that being said, here are some of my favorite Tinder messages that I have received.

A marriage proposal? Jeez, at least take me on a date first.

Mary Pak-Blyzniuk

You know what, at least he tried. 2/10.

When in doubt, make a statement.

Mary Pak-Blyzniuk

I'm still not sure how I'm supposed to decipher this. 4/10.

Chivalry at its finest.

Mary Pak-Blyzniuk

Enough said. 8/10.

Expect the unexpected.

Mary Pak-Blyzniuk


When he's considerate *swoon*

Mary Pak-Blyzniuk

To clarify, my bio says, "Must have the 3 H's: height, humor, and hmoney."

I'd rate it a solid 9.5/10.

My personal favorite

Mary Pak-Blyzniuk


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