A woman has concluded that a dating app is 'hell on Earth' after hearing a fella's voice message on the app. Check it out here:
As we all know, many of us through first-hand experience, dating apps can be a minefield.
Hinge recently opened up a whole new world of courting weirdness with its 'voice prompt' feature, which allows users to preview someone’s voice before matching with them.
But sometimes, the less you hear from someone, the better.
Lauren Murray shared a voice message from the app with the world, writing: "Hinge is actual hell on earth LMAO."
The tweet went viral, amassing 800,000 views on Twitter.
Discussing his 'most irrational fear', the anonymous dater said: "My most irrational fear is that there is a version of me in the future who has access to a time machine and decides to come into my timeline and try and take me.
"And of course, there'll be a struggle, and if he wins and he replaces me then he gets to blow your back out."
Ahhh, romance lives on.
Of course, this kind of chat on the app is far from unusual.
In September, a woman was left speechless after receiving a 'disgusting' message on Hinge.
Stephanie Campbell was stunned when a man - who had liked one of her pictures - sent her a message that read, 'yeah f**k it you'll do'.
Stephanie, from Huyton, Liverpool, decided to share the message on Twitter with the caption 'Again. Speechless. Someone should tell me this is a joke'.
The tweet went viral, and although Steph said she received hundreds of messages of support, she also attracted more unwanted messages.
The 22-year-old said: "I'd matched with him but I hadn't been on the app for a couple of days. I saw the message but I didn't let it faze me because it happens quite regularly.
"I feel like it's quite a regular thing with dating apps, because I feel like people don't take them seriously. It really shouldn't be the case, messages like this don't really bother me and I try and take the mick out of them.
"I try and have a bit of banter with them but I know there are other people out there that will take this badly.
"I probably get about one or two messages like this a week. I think the problem is people know they're not going to meet the people they're talking to. There are girls who will probably take messages like this to heart."
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