A ‘Tinderella’ in Jerusalem

A missive to a potential, gone-forever Romeo reveals the split-second, disposable nature of the dating app.

By DANYA KAUFMANN
April 13, 2016 19:00
2 minute read.
A couple on a date

A couple on a date. (photo credit: ING IMAGE/ASAP)

 
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 Dear Guy I Accidentally Left-Swiped on Tinder, The first thing that caught my attention about you was that bright blue star by your name that showed you had super-liked me.

You super-liked, not just regular-liked me. So I would have even been spared that split second of wondering whether you liked me back; it would have been an obvious, immediate match made by the Tinder Gods in Tinder Heaven.

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