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Tinder user slammed for asking singletons to fill out survey before dating them
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Tinder user slammed for asking singletons to fill out survey before dating them

Proof that its not always men who are the creeps

We've had people giving out weird surveys but it's usually after the breakup or a one night stand but this lady decided to show the red flag even before it starts, she wanted to make potential dates fill out a survey before she considers dating them. 

 


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Mirror UK wrote about it saying, "A singleton looking for love has been slammed for her "narcissistic" approach to dating. after successfully matching with someone on Tinder, the woman asked the person she swiped right to if they'd be interested in filling out "a date application." She asked for basic details like nickname, age and what they’re looking for from a relationship, before moving on to other topics."

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"Being a Harry Potter fan was a big concern of hers, as she asked what Hogwarts house they’d be in, as were the "candidates'" political views and whether or not they’re a "feminist" or not. Unsurprisingly, being bombarded with questions was pretty off-putting for her match who took screenshots of the form which were later shared on Reddit. And users were quick to criticise the bizarre "application" process."

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"One responder wrote: "I’d fill it out and end with a 10/10 Awkward." Another said: "Why couldn’t you just carry out a regular conversation and just ask these questions?" A third commented: "It seems very narcissistic – we don’t learn anything about her". Another responded: "You can already tell by the questions this is one of the most insufferable people on the planet. "Thank them for the warning and move along." And a fifth added: "Red flag."

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"But not everyone was against the idea as one person said: "Maybe it's the Virgo in me but I like the survey! I wouldn't mind putting one together for myself. "I’m older and divorcing so maybe I just have a different perspective. "Seems like a great concept especially if you know what you are looking for beyond age range/gender/ sexual preference," the article said. Here are screenshots of the survey if you're still interested. 

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