Bachelor praised for ‘hysterical’ Bunnings-inspired dating profile he created to stand out from the competition: ‘Red flags are just the beginning’
- A single man recorded a 30-second voice note on his Hinge dating profile
- Josh used slogans and popular jingle from the Bunnings Warehouse ad
A single man has impressed potential suitors with a Bunnings-inspired voting note on his online dating profile.
Josh got creative with the Hinge app by recording a 30 second pitch using the hardware store advertising jingle all Aussies know, along with familiar slogans used to his advantage.
The 25-year-old encouraged women to “go to Josh’s DMs for 50 percent off compliments” and “red flag two-for-one deals” — he also confessed that he’ll beat any bad date by 10 percent. .
He then invited all potential partners to meet him at “Josh’s mama’s house” before closing the voice memo by saying “red flags are just the beginning.”
a video of the recording shared by TikTok user @bridgetdoddle has since gone viral, leaving thousands of Aussies in the lurch.
His tactic caught on with the ladies and was described as ‘really the best thing we’ve ever heard’.
Josh got creative with the Hinge app by recording a 30 second pitch using the hardware store advertising jingle all Aussies know along with familiar slogans used to his advantage
“Hate online dating — swipe swipe swipe — it sucks,” he said.
Head over to Josh’s DMs for 50 percent off compliments and red flag two-for-one deals. Everything you need to be a little confused and pissed off.
“If you think you’ve had the worst best date, don’t worry — I’ll beat it by 10 percent.”
“Proceed to Josh’s DMs. Yes I am 25 and my mother wants to meet my girlfriend. Go to Josh’s mother’s house.’
He then sang “Josh’s mum’s house” in the Bunnings jingle and then said, “Red flags are just the beginning.”
His creative tactics were a hit with the ladies and were described as ‘truly the best thing we’ve ever heard’ (stock image)
Overnight, TikTok views spiked with over 709,000 views and thousands of comments.
“I like a confident man with a sense of humor,” one wrote, another asked, “How can he still be single?”
“Josh has a game,” said another, while a fourth wrote, “Honestly, I could download Hinge to find this guy.”
Another called the voice note “the best thing I’ve ever heard.”
In the comments, Bridget added, “This was on my roommate’s profile, but she did give him a like!”
However, others were put off by the frequent mention of red flags.
“I am 99 percent sure that I have been on a date with this man and I can confirm that. Red flag king,’ claimed one woman.
Another said, “I don’t care how good this is, it’s a no based on the name alone.”