My Tinder Experience 🤦🏿‍♂️

Hey guys, we have been on the low for a while now. It’s basically because we decided to take a break, but now, we are back and I have stories for y’all.

So I recently joined Tinder,😪 and this was because myself and my friend, Ike,were up all night, bored as hell and curious about what this dating site is all about.

While checking it out and seeing the pictures of the girls that were there, man got thirsty and decided to sign up 🤦🏿‍♂️.

Struggling to navigate through the app, I finally got matched with someone (don’t get excited).

It’s like the girls on tinder don’t know how to chat, I mean, the whole conversation felt like an interrogation where I did the questions asking and she did the answering.

When I couldn’t take it anymore, I asked if she couldn’t talk, to which she replied, “I am not here to talk, I am here to have fun”.

Now nigga is mad thirsty 🤤 so I decided to ask for her location. But she claimed she resides in Ondo state, which is quite far from Lagos.

To avoid beating about the bush, I asked if she wouldn’t mind coming over, 😏 then she said she would, only for her to tell me to send her transport fare.

Mind you, we had just started conversing and we clearly weren’t vibing and the next thing that came to my head was “it’s most likely a guy that is at the end of the keypad”.

So I collected her phone number and told her to come over saying I would give her the money when she gets here, which she refused, giving me the whole you-clearly-don’t-want-me ‘Bs.

Not really bothered about meeting her anymore, I decided to end the chat until she texted me to ask me for money for gas that she needed to cook beans and plantain, and I was like 🤨.

I laughed the whole thing off. That’s how this girl started calling and begging me. The whole shit became sad and embarrassing. Like, why are people so hungry?? 😩 This is all Buhari’s fault, trust me.

Moral of the story is, nothing real comes from dating sites😑.

About Banji Coker 148 Articles
Banji Coker is a Nigerian poet, writer and spoken word artist. He is the author of two poetry compilations, Just seventeen and October feelings.

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