Tinder. It’s not all “Girls Gone Wild”, you know. Actually it’s hardly at all. Maybe 1 or 2 per cent of profiles, one in a hundred or one in fifty women who go all explicit (here at The Daily Chrenk we don’t use emotive or normative language; well, not in regards to Tinder anyway. We neither shame nor celebrate; we report, you decide whether to be amused or outraged or perplexed). The great majority of Tindarellas are average women looking for love or friendship, and their profiles are pretty tame, most very ordinary, sometimes quirky or different, once in a blue moon funny. The latter represents another 1 or 2 per cent of profiles. Some are original, in which case you instantly fall in love; others steal their material, in which case you know that if the pursuit of love fails them, at least they will have a career in the media.
(* OK OK, maybe only mildly amusing)
So, in the interest of redressing your bad opinion of Tinder (in part created by your favourite “Girls Gone Wild” series), here’s some evidence that there is still hope out there in the online dating jungle.