Not only did Bumble kick this guy off of their dating app, but they went ahead and publicly shamed him on their blog as well.
Bumble is an online dating app meant to empower women.
On Bumble, females initiate the conversations in efforts to help eliminate situations like this.
However, in the world of online dating, messages such as the three above are pretty commonplace.
Blogger Meghan Mess even included the reception of many "unintelligible messages" as one crucial phase in her Internet Dating Cycle chart, back in May.
Basically, if you're a woman who has attempted to date online, you've definitely gotten a handful of "WTF I must forward this immediately to 10 friends" messages.
Online dating is a fairly new way to procreate, or way to go out and have one night stands and accidentally procreate, but it is hardly a weird thing to do anymore.
That makes all of these horrible online dating profiles and encounters that much worse.
At this point, we should all know at least one friend who's gone on an online date.
Maybe we even a few cute couples who've had great relationships, or even gotten married by thanks to OKCupid, Plenty Of Fish, Tinder, Grindr (OK, nobody's getting married off of Grindr...
though you never know), Ashley Madison (if anyone got married off of that, it'd be amaaazing), or any other online services that allow you to filter through human beings like they're items for sale on Amazon.
A 41-Year-Old Dutchman named Alexander Pieter Cirk was sent to the hospital for exhaustion after wasting 10 days of his life at Changsha Huanghua International Airport in China.