One divorced woman tried Match but ended up switching to Tinder after receiving a long message copy and pasted from someone old enough to be her father.
Still, that didn’t deter her, and she ended up using Tinder, where she met her current boyfriend, after swiping for only two weeks.
She felt more comfortable using Tinder because it let her select an age range. resident, tried using Ok Cupid when she lived in Savannah.On Ok Cupid, anything goes—which means that even if you have a preferred age, people will surely ignore it. There, she received messages that were long and obviously copy and pasted.When most women receive a message like that, it’s obvious that the creator isn’t exactly crafting separate messages for all of his potential dates.And few respond to something that seems not only inappropriate but rote. The worst messages tend to come from Ok Cupid, where there’s no way to choose who sends you a note.We would attempt a long distance relationship, but I work over 110 hours a week.
You would have turn down many men, men who you know would fall short of me, but would at the same time make you happy. I can come over, hang out, and we can have one good time together, or none at all.” Who could resist such an offer?But these aren’t just any men—it is The Rock and some other wrestler who I don’t know the name of.We then proceed back to your place, where I simultaneously make sweet, sweet love to you while giving you the raunchiest, wildest sex you have ever had.Here’s an excerpt: “A broken heart I have, to carry with me where I go.I try to hide it from the world, so they may not know …I wish I could say I love you, or that I care, alas I must whisper it to the still silent air.” Other copy and pasted messages she received were even more dramatic, but still senseless.Unfortunately, sometimes the messages are more than just uncomfortable.