Creating a Tinder profile can require a brutal self-analysis. You are literally asking to be judged. Yet that doesn’t excuse the type of behavior evinced here, where a man intentionally swiped right just to lecture one woman about her weight.
It began when the 23 year old (who has only been identified as “Connor”) began bashing an unidentified woman on the dating app.
Their exchange started with a brief volley of small talk. Then Connor revealed his true purpose.
“You are one fat mother f***er damn.”
The woman had a decent sense of humor about the insult. “I’m so glad that again Tinder has provided a free weight loss coach,” she wrote back. “You really motivated me to change my life around! Thank you!”
“You’re just over weight like damn. You are out of my league,” he wrote.
Connor then advised her to “Be humble and stay in your league don’t reach for something you think you can get just bc you’re a female that wear makeup and most guys will look at you regardless. I like how you think I’m a jackass,” he wrote.
What gave Connor the right to lob insults at a woman he’d never met? Maybe it was becasue she expressed interest in him. “Did you think you could ever get a chance with me?” he asked.
But he swiped right on her, too. This left her oddly confused. “Did you only swipe on me to tell me that you thought I was fat?”
Connor not only insulted her for her weight, but then began to attack the motives of women in general, using this one woman as a stand-in for all women. He told her that she wouldn’t have swiped right on him if he’d been an average, overweight “dude.”
“But I also like how so many females reach out of their league. What about the average or unattractive dudes who are over weight? Well honey that’s were you belong purely on looks Females are full of themselves.”
“You don’t have the slightest clue about me or what I would do,” she wrote back. “Whatever you want to assume is your prerogative but for you to swipe right on me and just comment on my looks calling me fat and such isn’t necessary.”
“You telling me who I should or shouldn’t be with based off of looks doesn’t make a difference.”
After the whole episode had finished, the woman shared the exchange with a friend who posted the whole thing on Facebook.