How to troll a dating website
The app forces users to make impulse decisions based on physical appearances to engage in a conversation. But sometimes a little trolling can actually bring a smile to your face.So if you like what you see in their profile picture and short bio, you swipe right to chat. this is one of the funniest things i've seen since troll-physics.
The world of online dating is extensive and exhausting for those in search of a potential mate, but the hook-up app Tinder brings the confusion to another level. Whether people just being a jerk for the pure enjoyment of getting a rise out of someone or detering from the general conversation and productivity at hand, Tinder and the rest of the online dating world is crawling with trolls.The Instagram, which now has 319K followers, is for "taking away that power that [trolls] think they have over women," Tweten told The Huffington Post last year.(In case anyone's wondering if women get messages this bad on a regular basis, we do.)Gensler lets her trolls know exactly how ridiculous they look by drawing cartoons of them based on their messages and profiles for her Instagram instagranniepants. Sure, but if they didn't want to look like idiots, while, maybe they shouldn't have made themselves look like idiots.Rule of thumb: guys who make sure everyone knows they are "nice guys," that they "know how to treat a woman," or any variation of these claims may not, in fact, be nice, which the Tumblr Nice Guys of OKCupid hilariously exposed. According to the account's FAQ, its mission is to "join together with others who oppose sexism in a big SIDE EYE to everyone who posts and shares misogynistic material." More of this, please.Trolling is a major threat to any woman with an online presence, whether she's ousted out of the gaming community, verbally attacked for calling out sexism in her writing, targeted for discussing social justice on social media, or — perhaps the most common concern — harassed on dating websites and apps.While many of us will simply hit "delete" and perhaps "block" and "report" when we receive messages like "hi would you tell me how you would chop my dick off" or "your [sic] a judgmental bitch," some women just profiled by The New York Times respond to trolls far more creatively.