This Guy On Tinder Went From Zero To ‘Might Be Time To Call The Cops’ Real Fast

Tinder, while certainly a useful tool to meet people, is also filled with landmines of crazy.

This woman, Imgur user msmessyclean, shared a perfect example of that when she posted a text conversation she had with one such match.

She says that he wasn’t “strange or creepy at first,” but after having a phone conversation with him she started getting a bad vibe. What follows will show that her instincts were right on the money.

All of this took place the next day following the phone conversation. What’s even more amazing is that she was at work the entire time and says it all took place within just two-and-a half hours.

She even provided some additional commentary as things went further and further off the rails once she (smartly) cancelled their date…

So I matched a guy on Tinder. He seemed pretty normal as first, a few quirks here and there, but who am I to judge, right? Matched, had a brief conversation, asked for my number and I gave it to him. Talked two or three nights ago and agreed to go on a Wednesday date. After agreeing and chatting on the phone, something felt off. He was too offbeat and I began to feel uncomfortable. The following day he said a few things that didn’t sit with me. This is was the final thing that did it…

Around this time (4 pm) I was working and I had already told him this. He called non-stop. Within 5 minutes I had about 5 or 6 missed calls from him.

He pointed out that my sentences are incoherent, probably should have read his first text in this screenshot.

Is this flaking? Still unsure.

Still non-stop calling me at work…

and wtfffff.

Edit: For those that are asking, he wasn’t strange or creepy at first. It was when I had a conversation with him on the phone where I actually started getting a bad vibe. Phone conversation over, then the next day was where this shit hit the ceiling. What you’re reading here was within a 2.5-hour time span. Keep in mind that I was working, I can only glance at it here and there.

Perhaps she’ll have better luck with her next match. Or NEVER go on Tinder again. Either one of those things seems possible after that frightening exchange.

H/T Mirror

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