There is a definite art to writing a dating profile for sites like Tinder. And yet, men keep making the same mistakes. If you’ve seen a dating profile featuring a man holding a fish and wearing Adam Sandler sunglasses, you probably know what I’m talking about. Not quite sure what all the fish-holding is about—and neither do most women.
But now, there’s a hilarious new trend on TikTok where women dramatically read these men’s Tinder profiles.
This is a very strong contender for my all time favourite tiktok pic.twitter.com/M8FcaoztQ6
— Kashira Whiteley (@KashWhiteley) July 7, 2020
Kashira Whiteley’s TikTok of these men’s Tinder profile fish pictures went viral on Twitter. She explained in a follow-up tweet that the trend was actually started by @calatime.
— Kashira Whiteley (@KashWhiteley) July 9, 2020
The trend evolved, and now other women on TikTok are doing their own takes, with some reading Tinder profiles in a hysterically over-the-top fashion.
In particular, one woman has amassed a huge following since taking to TikTok with her hilarious impressions of bad Tinder profiles. Set to “Bella’s Lullaby” from Twilight, @jasminehaslostit re-imagines what the men who wrote the cringe-worthy Tinder bios could have possibly been thinking.
#greenscreen my anthem? Weenie ride.
#greenscreen sartorial elegance 🥰
And then there’s @claramelapple. She makes TikToks where she focuses on the “Man of the Hour” — men who have the most horrific bios possible. Clara reads these awful bios without any background music, which honestly makes them send incredibly menacing.
Take for example, her reading of Caleb’s bio. He calls women “slits, b******, and hoes but wants to find a “quick, easy f***.” A true prince! Not at all a misogynist who might kill you.
Dudes! Do better!
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