A woman who shared messages from her scary non-Tinder match has gone viral, after the creep tracked her down on Instagram.
@yayipper slid into Julia’s DMs after spotting her on Tinder, even though they didn’t match, and what’s most disturbing about the messages is just how many woman can relate.
For those uninitiated with the dating app, to get a match both parties must swipe right each other’s profile. However, despite Julia swiping left on the guy, he still found a way to contact her.
Taking to Twitter to share her story, Julia said: “i rejected a man today, who found me off tinder but we did not match.
“This is how the conversation ended after i said 6 times i was not interested.”
Then she uploaded the truly horrific messages he sent her.
i rejected a man today, who found me off tinder but we did not match. this is how the conversation ended after i said 6 times i was not interested. pic.twitter.com/AfQX2tWCK9
— julia (@gothhunny) November 17, 2018
Woah dude. Chill the f*ck out.
After the thread went viral, people on the web were more than happy to explain to this guy why his behavior is creepy asaf.
Wait, wait, wait…how are you the one with “issues” in this convo?
— Clown U. Til-Midnight (@BlkShp13) November 19, 2018
So apparently it’s not “rational” to say no to anyone ever because if you’re on a dating site you must want to date literally everyone
— That’s my secret, I’m always tired (@vixy) November 18, 2018
So…. saying no = not rational. ……
But questioning the point of someone existing, and threatening them is? …… pic.twitter.com/KpPDk7DHsh
— ShannonTM (@ShannonTMcNally) November 19, 2018
Women also shared their similar experiences with creeps on dating sites in solidarity
Lol this literally happened to me last week, some men can not take rejection pic.twitter.com/Xo7srOKcvg
— Miko Starks (@_mstarks) November 19, 2018
Something similar happened to me! Some guys just can’t handle rejection!
— Erika Rasmussen (@erikarasmus) November 18, 2018
One that I got after mentioning previously that I wasn’t interested (nicely) as this was a site where people can message you whether you’re interested or not. pic.twitter.com/XOFvQU6KiZ
— professional djinn (@lizamonsteroned) November 19, 2018
Sadly, Julia’s story isn’t the first of its kind to go viral. In 2016, Arielle Musa’s dating app nightmare took over the web after she shared the awful angry text rant sent by a man she rejected on Tinder. While back in September, YouTuber Jesse King pretended to be a girl on Tinder to see what it was like from the other side, and damn, was he in for a wake up call.