A player who provides an Instagram username in his tagline but keeps his account private.
Can be scrolled through during dark times for reassurance that some players out there do appreciate your ability to power-clash.The guarantee that any person you talk to has already right-swiped you, giving each interaction a flirtatious edge, especially when compared to the desperate messaging on OKCupid, the previous reigning online-dating option for the young and the broke. To “like” someone, causing her photo to sail off into the irretrievable ether, only to be seen again if she likes you back.When two players agree on a date, time and location for a drink or a meal IRL but then someone ignores a confirmation text or both parties simply forget to follow up and the date passes and nothing happens.Occurs more frequently on Tinder than on other sites, frustrating older users who are not accustomed to the millennial habit of making multiple plans and choosing the best option at the last minute. First of all, reports of Grindr being only for no-strings-attached sex are overblown.If a delayed match occurs at night, a player will often worry that the new match is blackout drunk.
To match with someone as soon as you right-swipe, meaning that player had already right-swiped you.Players who suggest lying about “where we met” in their taglines.A mistaken left-swipe that occurs because the player is Tindering out at top speed and has lost focus.Too much time has passed for starting a conversation now to seem natural, but you keep him on your match list to track how he alters his profile to emphasize his finance job and minimize his greasiness.A mistaken swipe that occurs because you have fat thumbs and no hand-eye coordination.Descriptions of Tinder as same are even more exaggerated.