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Tinder crush turns out to be technical glitch, man’s self-esteem shattered

Tinder, the popular dating application and one of the more trusted platforms for men who wish to be rejected by women in a discreet and relatively less humiliating manner, has found itself in the midst of controversy.

On Monday morning, a man was in for the shock of his life as he reached home from work.

A resident of Karol Bagh, the man, who does not wish to be identified as Shailender Singh, has claimed that Tinder has caused him immense distress in the past few weeks.

Speaking about the night of the incident, he said, “I had just returned from office that fateful night. Since it was already past 10pm, I realized there was no point going out of the house for my evening stroll because there would be very few women outside.

A constant reminder of your incompetence.

A constant reminder of your incompetence.

“So I did, what any self-respecting man would do: I opened Tinder and was stunned at what I found. I had got a match. I didn’t know how to react because I had no frame of reference in my life to put this into context.”

Male friends shocked

Not knowing how to react to the match, Shalinder called up his male friends who said this sort of incident was unheard of and was an anomaly. After looking up the meaning of ‘anomaly’, Shalinder contacted Tinder which claimed this might be a technical glitch and that they were willing to compensate Singh for the sudden and false increase in self-esteem it caused.

Singh has claimed that he was unaware that Tinder had this feature. He had assumed it was a handy tool designed for the busy modern man to look at women while staying at home. When asked if he was aware of the left swipe feature, he scratched his patchy beard and replied, “hain?

For now, Singh has decided to not take legal action and is recovering towards his original self respect level of zero.

About the author

Anubhav Parsheera

The author of this post is a voracious book cover reader. He is also a persistent observer of human behavior, which is the easiest way of saying he's a stalker. He is also allergic to people who say 'anyways' instead of 'anyway'. He blogs at www.anubhavparsheera.blogspot.in

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