@Bird on a Rock, it's possible, I run into Tinder people all the time
@Bird on a Rock, how closely was this guy paying attention to a strangers phone that he noticed? I try not to even make eye contact when I’m at the airport
@Jolee Bindo, As someone whose social presence could be best described as “fringe observer”, there are certainly those of us who have a natural curiosity and innate knack for paying entirely too much attention to what’s happening in our surroundings. Phones have really added something to the game, because they really pull in attention when they either go from dark screen to lit up notification, or simply when you really recognize the interface.
@Jolee Bindo, if I saw my face, even a tiny glimpse, on someone else's phone, I'd definitely look.
@Jolee Bindo, or i mean, he was aware of thr people around him, and noticed the person *he* got on tinder was sitting near him
Honestly if this happened to me I’d give them a shot for having the balls to say it
"Yeah, sorry, but you're not my type. Nothing personal."
No awkwardness needed. Someone that brave deserves a first date though
@sploot, or is at least worth connecting with on a friendship level. That can be a thing.
Why do bitches on social media just make shît up like this?
@GrammarNatzi, so they can be the center of attention and feed into their own narcissism
But was she the hard no?
Breaks X button
I would have Been like “come on...”
Maybe it was a soft no, he doesn't know her thoughts.
Or does he?
Extremely awkward situation in t-minus 3...2...1....