WVU Student Ends Up Scoring A Date With A Chick On Tinder After Her Bathroom Selfie Goes Viral

We’re at a day in age where the intersection of online dating and bathroom selfies can potentially produce love. I hope you’re proud of what you fought for, grampa.

You see this dude? His name is Mark Kowalczyk and he’s a 19-year-old student at West Virginia University. Mark is an everyday, average dude. He puts his pants on one leg at a time like you and I and swipes on Tinder when he’s feeling thirsty, just like us.

This girl is Jenna Zagrodniczek, also a 19-year-old student at WVU. She likes taking selfies with duck lips and likely enjoys pumpkin spiced lattes. She, like Mark, isn’t above swiping on Tinder even though she’s in college and sex flows like the salmon of Capistrano without the help of dating apps.

The two everyday students have stumbled across internet fame this morning, their faces plastered all over the world wide webs. While Mark was swiping on Tinder, he realized something about Jenna–1.) she’s hot. 2.) her Tinder profile picture was taken in his bathroom. Keep in mind, Jenna is a complete stranger.

Mark knew right away that the picture was taken in his bathroom because in the lower left hand corner lay a pile of dirty clothes, a staple move by his roommate, according to Buzzfeed.

Mark swiped right on Tinder and then shared the below side-by-side on Twitter. Overnight, the tweet amassed over 50,000 likes and 13,000 retweets. Mark expected maybe a total of three.

Someone then tagged Jenna in the tweet, and she dropped a picture taken from the same night on his porch.

The two concluded that she must’ve attended a party Mark held at his place, but the two never met. Likely because it’s college and blacking out is the norm.

Jenna told Buzzfeed, “When I went into the bathroom, I felt the need to take a mirror picture and posted it later,” she told BuzzFeed News.

Mark and Jenna have been messaging back and forth and plan to meet on Halloween. Which, in college, is the biggest banging night of the year. Wear a condom, Mark. And clean up the clothes in the bathroom you goddamn neanderthal.

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