The dark side of online dating: single woman, 27, remains in shock after her Tinder match her a & # 39; pig & # 39; when he did not like her answer to a question
- A Tinder user was left shocked after being killed by a man like & # 39; pig & # 39; was branded
- Marissa *, from Melbourne, linked to a potential date with the name Chris
- Things took a bizarre turn when she didn't give him the answer he wanted to read
- She said she finally removed the dating app after receiving the nasty comments
Marissa * matched a potential date named Chris – but things took a bizarre turn when she didn't give him the answer he hoped to get
A Tinder user was left shocked after they & # 39; pig & # 39; was mentioned by a man who was not impressed by her answers when he tried to ask her 20 questions about himself.
Marissa *, 27, from Melbourne, linked to a potential date named Chris – but things took a bizarre turn when she didn't give him the answer he wanted to read.
The man started the conversation with: & # 39; Why do you feel happiest, most angry and sexiest? & # 39; to which she answered: & # 39; My dog, men, wine … What about you? Haha & # 39 ;.
But the man answered: & # 39; Yes no. That is why I specifically asked if you would like a conversation. & # 39;
Clearly confused Marissa asked: & # 39; What hahaha & # 39 ;, to which he replied: & # 39; Not a single word answers and you spend more time writing your hahaha & # 39; s. That is simple and coarse. & # 39;
When Marissa said the man & # 39; you are actually insane & # 39 ;, he shot back: & # 39; You are definitely one thing. You even have a snout, to which she replied: & # 39; I feel sorry for you & # 39 ;.
Speaking with Daily Mail Australia, the single said & # 39; plus-size & # 39; woman that she had eventually removed the dating app after receiving the nasty comments.
A Tinder user was left shocked after they & # 39; pig & # 39; was mentioned by a man who was less than impressed by her reaction when he tried to play a game of 20 questions with her
& # 39; It is never nice to say bad things about you, especially if someone like & # 39; plus size & # 39; is considered, & # 39; Marissa told Daily Mail Australia.
& # 39; I try to focus on increasing self-confidence about my body and appearance, which is not made easier by comments like this.
& # 39; But I wasn't surprised when he said something about my nose. My nose is probably the only thing about my body that I would not change – more he calls me a "pig." It is not great. & # 39;
After teasing Chris, Marissa said she & # 39; interested & # 39; was, but his & # 39; photo & # 39; s seemed fake, it's not uncommon to find catfish in the app & # 39 ;.
Marissa said she has been turning the dating app on & off for about six years & # 39; used, but decided to log in again after a break.
& # 39; This one comment came at a particularly bad time for me – my first time using Tinder after a break – so it wasn't ideal, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; Usually I will try to laugh at it or share it online, but this specific message caused me to delete the app. I don't try to use Tinder too much these days, but I also find it a lot harder to find people in & # 39; real-life & # 39; to meet. & # 39;
The 27-year-old said she eventually removed the dating app after receiving the nasty comments
She said she would not often receive such nasty messages via dating apps.
& # 39; Frankly, not too often, people are usually creepy rather than horrible, but the incidental message does come forward, & # 39; Marissa said.
& # 39; Some men feel that they can use this form of toxic masculinity against women on an online dating app because they have the protection of anonymity.
& # 39; It's scary, but it's because they didn't get what they wanted. It is also sad. & # 39;
She advised single women: & # 39; Be safe, meet in public places, trust your feelings. & # 39;
Marissa shared the remarkable exchange on Twitter, with many shocked by the man's responses, while others said this was the perfect example of what single women have to endure on dating apps.
Some people also pointed out that the Tinder user was catfishing her because he was using a photo of a famous model.
* Name has been changed at the request of the woman
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