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I purposely fished men with a fake dating profile, I wanted to prove how shallow they are and they proved me right

A WOMAN is on a mission to expose men’s “stupidity” by creating a fake profile to reverse catfish men on Hinge.

Tasha Yiann documented the process on her TikTok page, explaining that she was asked to set up a fake profile after being so disappointed in her own dates.

Tasha Yiann set up a fake profile on Hinge to see if she could reverse Catfishmen

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Tasha Yiann set up a fake profile on Hinge to see if she could reverse CatfishmenPhoto Credit: Tiktok/@boltofrainbows
She shared a look at the Hinge profile she created that was full of irony

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She shared a look at the Hinge profile she created that was full of ironyPhoto Credit: Tiktok/@boltofrainbows

“I’m reverse cat fishing men on Hinge,” she explained.

“The pictures in my profile are of me, but the personality is not mine.

“I’m a nihilistic existentialist, but the girl in the profile is a super cool, super chilled girl who doesn’t take herself too seriously.”

While the profile she created is “massively ironic,” Tasha added that “most men are stupid and aren’t able to see the irony, which is pretty obvious.”

In fact, the fake profile has garnered so much attention from men on the app that she’s waking up to “hundreds of matches” every day.

“I’ve been on dating apps like myself for eight years — I’ve never had anyone respond to me like that,” she sighed.

“Nobody cares what I have to say. This dumb dumb character I created – they want to date her.

“I know we all joke when we say guys just want a silly girl to follow them, but apparently so.

“You want a girl with literally nothing going on in her head. I have the proof – these are not my opinions.”

“There’s no way anyone would ever create a profile like mine and it would be real.

“There isn’t a woman in the world that stupid or stupid or vulnerable. Honestly, words fail me.”

She then shared some of the messages she’d received from men – most of whom responded when asked if anything about her profile struck them as odd.

Now she plans to take her experiment to the next level.

While the pictures are of Tasha, the personality is not hers

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While the pictures are of Tasha, the personality is not hersPhoto Credit: Tiktok/@boltofrainbows
And she got more responses to the fake profile than she did in eight years with her real profile

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And she got more responses to the fake profile than she did in eight years with her real profilePhoto Credit: Tiktok/@boltofrainbows

“I’m going to create two different characters – one of them will be the kind of girl who needs a lot of help, is quite vulnerable and needs a big strong man,” she explained.

“And the other character is going to be a pretty daring, strong woman who doesn’t need help and sees herself as strong as a man.

“And I’m going to be documenting all of the interactions and conversations and we’re going to look at how quickly each character gets asked out on a date, how men treat them, how men speak to them, how they use language.

“To the extent that if this actually resonates and I get followers and likes and people see it, I go on dates and mike myself and record how I’m treated on dates where guys take me and see – I will see, I want to know.

“I want to know what the hell is going on and why everyone is having such a terrible time dating and why men treat women so badly.”

She was quickly praised by other women for setting up the experiment.

She now hopes to continue the experiment by creating two different characters to see which one resonates with men the most

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She now hopes to continue the experiment by creating two different characters to see which one resonates with men the mostPhoto Credit: Tiktok/@boltofrainbows

“This is going to be fascinating!” one wrote. “Dating is a nightmare. Some men are really hideous.”

“Ahaha just came across your profile! You are amazing,” added another.

However, one man hit back when he wrote: “Are you serious your profile is like 90% of other women lol.”

To which Tasha replied, “I used to ask male friends, roommates and family to take a look at what I’m doing wrong and everyone said my dating profiles were fine.

“No interest.”

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https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17862083/woman-sets-up-fake-hinge-profile-prove-shallow-men/ I purposely fished men with a fake dating profile, I wanted to prove how shallow they are and they proved me right

Dais Johnston

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