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Guy Who Sent Identical Tinder Chat Up Lines Got Played By Two Roommates

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Guy Who Sent Identical Tinder Chat Up Lines Got Played By Two Roommates

The Tinder game isn't made for well thought out, individual essays, is it. It's for chat up lines of varying degrees of quality, then either texting each other until one of you dies, or meeting up - if something longer terms comes from it - bonus.

But one guy was shocked after he sent out identical pick up lines to two different matches, to find the matches replied identically to him.

The sheer shock of the whole situation made new Tinder user Trenton decide he'd seen enough, after he was 'tripped out' by the weirdness of it all, and tweeted it, typing: "I'm deleting Tinder."

Trenton did a little time saving after being off Tinder for a few days. Credit: Twitter/asapswivel
Trenton did a little time saving after being off Tinder for a few days. Credit: Twitter/asapswivel
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But what Trenton didn't bank on was the fact that two can play that game, and in fact, the two girls he matched with were well and truly playing it - they were actually roommates who had both conspired against him.

We all have that one line that just seems to be an easy copy and paste job and Trenton's is based in a supermarket.

He wrote to both the girls: "Imagine this. We are both strangers in a grocery store but we will somehow make eye contact in the produce section.

"My hands are full of limes I am unable to hold all of them. Limes are falling all over the ground. You rush over in an effort to help and I look deeply in your eyes and say, 'Sorry, I'm bad at pickup limes'."

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Fair play to him. Got a little self-deprecating pun in there - that's OK.

Credit: Twitter/asapswivel
Credit: Twitter/asapswivel

Then, seconds later, his other match, Niki, replied with the exact same message.

The guilt of being a serial copy and paster and the creepy identical reply got too much for poor Trenton, who owned up to the first girl.

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Clearly shook, he replied: "Okay, not gunna lie the weirdest thing just happened. I haven't been on Tinder for a few days so I sent that out to a couple girls and you gave the literal exact same response as another girl.

"Not sound to sound like a player but whatever, I'm tripped out."

He owned up to his copy and pasting. Credit: Twitter/asapswivel
He owned up to his copy and pasting. Credit: Twitter/asapswivel

Then, with the skill and grace of girls who are fed up of receiving carbon copy messages on Tinder - Angie simply replied with the 'and they were roommates' meme.

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And they were roommates... Credit: YouTube
And they were roommates... Credit: YouTube

Well played girls.

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/asapswivel

Topics: Viral, Tinder

Amelia Ward
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