Do we swipe left or right… That is the question for any of us that use dating apps to find our ‘True Love”, or find that one ex you wish you would never see again. But, for one married couple I bet finding each other on a dating site ‘Tinder’ was not on the menu… or was it?
He wrote: “A month ago she left on a business trip for a week and I found myself downloading Tinder on a particularly lonely night. I don’t even know why. I didn’t have any intentions. But I did it.”
“On Monday my wife left for another business trip. Last night I once again downloaded Tinder and started swiping. Again, I had a laugh, but ultimately was bored of it.
“Then I saw her picture come up. I was shocked for a moment. I wondered if I should just delete it and pretend nothing happened. I thought maybe a bot stole her picture…. But I read her profile… it’s her. It’s her now and it’s her live. There’s even a picture of her where I am cut out.”
“I decided to make a bold move and swipe right. I swiped and we matched.”
When the sudden realisation of the situation the husband made a decision that he would bring this up with his wife and question her about it.
He added: “I’m going to confront her then. I don’t even know how this is happening. She’s over 100 miles away. Is a friend of hers using her account??”
“Now I have to explain why I was on Tinder. This is just a huge can of worms that got opened. What the hell do I do?”
With no surprise there was not much sympathy on the internet for the husband, the exact opposite happened when he posted his story. Some viewers go on to say “She was on tinder to catch him out”… what do you think?
“I think someone told her he was on there and she was trying to catch him out to see if he tries cheating every time she is out of town,” said a second user.
While another added: “Honestly, what probably happened is that someone she knows or one of her friends saw you on tinder the FIRST time you went on, so she decided to investigate for herself.”
A third person simply put: “You guys seem perfect for one another.”
I guess we can’t argue with that…