But it soon became a run of sassy posts, attempting to take down the broader criticisms in the article, many of which gave the impression that Tinder, fittingly, had just been broken up with.
In response, the official Tinder Twitter account unleashed a barrage of tweets, calling out both the author of the piece and the idea that Tinder is a hook-up app at all.
Normally a controversy-free Twitter account which mainly tweets memes stolen from the internet, it began a hours-long blast of updates that began with factual corrections and ended with an impassioned defence of Tinder’s contribution to dating culture.
That nice guy who slid in your DMs to talk about the importance of ‘smashing the patriarchy’ might be hiding a cache of shower selfies in his favourites tab. In the last two years, I’d say the vast majority of first dates I’ve been on were with people I’d met on Twitter.
Cory Booker raised eyebrows earlier this month when he refused to dismiss the possibility of a 2020 presidential run.
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