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Everybody’s had an amusing story to share with with regards to matchmaking or at least they are aware someone close on it that features an absurd encounter. ‘Dating Tash’ is some my encounters. The great, the bad and unappealing x
Peter Peter and I matched several times. This was the guy I gave my number to without him knowing. Anyways, Peter and and got along amazingly . He seemed so nice and came across as a respectable human being (I know, hard to believe considering he has a Tinder account). Peter had good intentions and we had great chats. The catch with Peter was that he kept disappearing. Sometimes there would be weeks in between messages. At times he was interested but I guess just not enough. Ain’t nobody got time for that.
Andrew Super lovely guy even though we had nothing in common. Conversation was so forced and so unnatural. He had no ambition to do anything. Not just career wise, in life. He didn’t have a job (which was fine, but he didn’t have a dream either. He just played video games all day). The bit I couldn’t cope with was how he continuously expected if he could talk to me and he continuously asked me questions about himself. It literally went like this, “Can we talk tomorrow?” or “What do you want to know about me?” Mate, if you want to talk to me, you don’t need my permission. Grow some. Secondly, I’m more than capable of asking you about you. you don’t have to ask me to ask you about you! NEXT! Someone I’m sure When I first signed up to Tinder and other sites, I felt a little embarrassed. That was until I started swiping and realised how many of these people I actually knew. It made it feel less confronting haha. So many people from all parts of my life. Family members. Old friends. Work mates. One of my bosses (who actually tried to match with me. hopefully just for shits and giggles) Friend’s ex boyfriends. Friend’s brothers. Friend’s brother’s friends. Friends from high school. People I studied with later. People I don’t like. People I do like. The guy who got my number but never called me then matched me on Tinder and never spoke. (I mean what’s the point?) It’s been insightful and extremely entertaining.
George George was a mature bloke. Not old enough to be my dad but he was a bit older than me. He was way too much for life. From not ever meeting the guy, I got http://www.datingmentor.org/nl/willow-overzicht flapper vibes off him straight away. He kept commenting on how well I did my make up and my fashion sense. It was a bit un-manly and a bit much. I ended up blocking his number because he kept trying to call and kept pushing to meet me. NEXT.
Matt Corby’s drummer Okay, so I went to Matt Corby’s concert twice in a row. On the second night I came home and as you do, swiped through some Tinder trolls to kill time. I matched with this guy. At first, it was just another match but he seemed familiar. Then I realised, I had matched with Matt Corby’s drummer (everyone knows my love for the Corbs. this was huge) Any who, that was short-lived, he unmatched me almost instantly. Here’s my theory as at to why he unmatched me. So on Facebook, you know how there’s interests? These interests come up on your Tinder profile too. According to my first Tinder interests, Matt Corby is my number 1 (you can’t edit these). When we matched, this guy has probably seen that and thought, ‘This girl only matched with me because of Matt Corby’. This wasn’t the case but I totally would have doe the same if I was him and saw that.
The new Pilot This guy I spoke to for weeks and weeks, in fact 7 weeks non stop. ] It was crazy how much we talked. We never ran out of things to say. It was just so easy. We organised to meet up a few times but then life got in the way and it just never happened. Then it was his birthday and he got weird. Apparently his birthday reminded him of several traumatic events (granny’s passing and being dumped on his 21st. He was 28 though, so I didn’t fully understand the trauma but I was sympathetic to him none the less). Anyways, leading up to his birthday he completely changed. I tried to help him through it, but he was just stuck so I just left him for a bit. I gave him a bit space to collect his thoughts or whatever and then reached out to him a couple of days later. That was all good and dandy, but he never really snapped out of that mood. To be honest, he seemed like a lot of effort for someone I hadn’t met yet..
Chris This guy has been one of my favourite Tinder matches Previously! The sort of person where you think to yourself, ‘Where have you been my whole life? You are exactly what I’ve been looking for!’ The problem with Chris was he always extremely busy. I know it seems like a cop out, but I believed him. He seemed extremely genuine. We spoke for weeks and weeks. Conversations always flowed and he always seemed eager and interested to talk to me. He was beautiful but he was just too busy. I kinda got sick of waiting around hoping that one day he’d have time for me. That’s a shame, but it is what it is.