A young woman shared on Tinder the dating application she received from one of her matches.
Those who have the pleasure of spending hours swiping on dating apps know how difficult and tiring the process can be — but according to a singleton, one man has come up with a solution.
Looking for a Romeo wannabe is TikTok user Elizabeth Rowlands (@rumourhasitvintage) chose Tinder, the most popular dating site in the world with more than 75 million monthly active users.
There, the Canadian met a cute guy who, without greeting her, immediately sent Elizabeth a link.
When she clicked it, she realized it was a Google Forms questionnaire — but while it started out with relatively normal questions, things took a weird turn pretty quickly.
First, the man, whose identity Elizabeth did not reveal, wanted to find out if she worked, how tall she was, and if she owned a dog.
Here, according to the screenshots, one of the options was “No, but I have access to my friends’ dogs”.
He then went on to ask which film in the Lord of the Rings series she thought was the best – The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers or The Return of the King.
The guy seemed particularly interested in the cultural flavor of his matches, when another question read, “What’s your favorite Justin Bieber song and why isn’t it sorry?”
The next question, she revealed, was which film or television character she identified with the most.
If you are a Friends fan, this is bad news as you would get -100,000 points and the guy would also unmatch you almost immediately.
His matches were also quizzed about their technological awareness, with the man trying to see if they could explain what a blockchain was – although some speculated he didn’t even know what it was and just didn’t want to admit it.
At the end of the questionnaire, Elizabeth not only had to write down any special skills that she thought were worth mentioning, but also rate the questionnaire she had just completed.
There were five options here, including “That was kinda fun [sic]’, ‘What a waste of time, I don’t even like you’, and ‘I was sitting at home watching Love Island with a glass of wine in my pajamas and complaining about why I’m single so I had nothing to do “.
“I can’t make this up,” Elizabeth captioned the viral video, which sent viewers into hysteria.
“Put the link in your bio so we can all fill it in,” one viewer asked.
“lol aww at least he tried. Creative twist,” agreed someone else.
But while some found it funny, not all found the questionnaire amusing.
“I’ve seen these cute/funny before and they absolutely weren’t,” read one critical comment, liked by nearly 900 other people.
“no intro, no hello, just the link…. and the form is way too long! some can be cute but not this,” added a second.
This story originally appeared on The sun and is reproduced here with permission.
https://nypost.com/2022/04/20/my-tinder-match-sent-me-bizarre-dating-application-before-even-saying-hello/ My Tinder match sent me a bizarre dating application before I even said hello