The Tinder Paradox

Here’s the thing about Tinder and other dating apps…

Guys seem to think that meeting a girl on Tinder is equivalent to getting lucky.

The fact the girl is on Tinder, doesn’t make a merry go round out of her.

Likewise, on the female side, the ruling mindset is that any guy on Tinder is completely worthless from almost every point of view.

This opinion is created upon experience rather than hear say.

Here’s what troubles me: guys say girls on Tinder are fake and don’t know what they want in life. They say they’re  looking for a “real girl”!

Girls say guys on Tinder are all fake douchebags and don’t know what they want in life… they’re looking for a “real guy”.

So how come everyone is on Tinder and everyone is a fake?

Are these not real people with a real life out there?

Don’t they have real families and friends?

Where does this gap come from?

How come everyone is there, everyone critiques it but apparently everyone is also looking for the same… but they end up doing the opposite.

Does it become an addiction?

Are these really today’s Men and Women?

The “object” stereotype.

Let’s camouflage who we are and guess who we need to become to please a complete stranger, hoping he will see something in you.

How do we get that low?

Both guys and girls complain of the same flaws but are supposedly looking for (fast) love?!

So why is everyone alone?

It seems a global phenomenon where both the body and mind are toys to play with.

Where ego and hunting skills are at their best.

Please, value yourself.

You’re better than that.

If you were a lucky one who actually found real Love on Tinder, amazing, I’m truly happy for you! 💙

I wish it would work for more people (including myself! 🤗😁)!

But… if it brings you nothing good… why do you push for it?

I quit a long time ago because it was turning me into someone whom I didn’t want to be.

I drew the line where enough was enough.

And I’m much happier ever since.

Author: Love and Everyday Affairs

The idea behind this page is to share my opinion and experience in what seems to be a crazy world nowadays. I look at myself, my friends and acquaintances and hear so many different, yet similar stories… of our search for Love, disappointments, insights. I wanted to share them! Considering cultural differences some adjustments had to be made. Hope you enjoy reading it as much as I enjoy writing it!

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