Image Via Twitter/breeboyce40
As with all of my articles, I like to keep things one-hundred. I don't know why I just used that phrase. Let me start over — as with all of my articles, I like to be honest with my readers. So, in the spirit of that, I'm just going to go ahead and say I've never used a dating app. I have nothing against them personally, I've just managed to avoid them by recycling through the same few sexual partners for a couple of years.
Totally joking, I had the same meathead boyfriend from the ages of 16 to 23, so I pretty much skipped the whole early-twenties, "Let me use Tinder to bone anonymous tail" phase. That being said, I understand the hype, the convenience, the adrenaline rush you must get from someone thinking you're decent enough to send a dick-pic to — blah, blah, blah.
While I don't know a ton on the subject of online dating etiquette, I do know it's in pretty poor taste to crop out a photo of your ex and use it for your PROFILE PIC TO ENTICE OTHER LOVERS. Sure, your ex might never see it, but hello! It's 2017, it's the internet, the odds are far too risky. Of course, these two boneheads (the lady in particular) are now painfully aware of this fact. Take a look:
- First off, the girl is super pretty and the photograph is very flattering — totally understandable choice. However, when she discovered that her ex was using the other half of the same picture, it might have been best to keep it to herself. Why? Well, go ahead and take a look at Exhibit B.
When u find ur ex on tinder anddd 💀😂😂😭 (we're friends so no hard feelings) pic.twitter.com/vchOiAl1n8— Sarsaprilla (@breeboyce40) August 3, 2017
We broke up because you always lied and wanted your ex back (We're not friends) https://t.co/75C9HYy17Y— VanillaGorilla (@AdrianMooreII1) August 3, 2017
- OUCH! Permitting that dude is telling the truth and not just blowing smoke for social media fame —that was a pretty harsh, yet perfectly executed reply!