IT seems like the world of online dating is getting worse and worse every single day.
Women are sharing their toxic experiences on dating apps across all social media platforms… and it’s quite shocking, to say the least.
A TikToker named Annabella Gofis posted a quick eight-second clip of the recent experience she had while using Hinge.
Hinge is supposed to be a better alternative dating app compared to Tinder and Bumble for people seeking real connections.
Unfortunately, Hinge seems to be just as bad as its competition lately – if not worse.
Annabella revealed the first message she received from a man who clearly didn’t care about being kind or respectful to her.
He said: “You’re beautiful, but your friend is very much so my type. Any chance she single?”
In other words, Annabella’s Hinge match only reached out to gain access to Annabella’s friend.
Annabella jokingly added the caption: “That’s on having gorgeous friends I guess.”
A woman in the comment section who shared a similar experience wrote: “I had a guy do this once and after I told him my friend was taken he said ‘I guess I’ll talk to you then’… like? No?”
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Another woman who related to the toxicity posted: “I’ve literally had a guy flirt with me for days. Then one day just randomly tells me he thinks my friend is beautiful… boy, bye.”
A third woman dropped a piece of advice saying: “My sister taught me to never post pictures with friends just in case this would happen.”
Several other women shared strikingly similar experiences they endured while using Hinge and other dating apps in Annabella’s comment section.
Other women were sure to let Annabella know how beautiful she was by reminding her that she definitely didn’t deserve that type of treatment.
Generally speaking, a woman should be able to post pictures with friends on her dating profile to showcase how social she is.
For Annabella, it’s possible she’ll be rethinking the pictures she uploads to her dating profile in order to avoid this problem in the future.