As promising as Tinder and other dating apps can be, using them often feels like a constant cycle of matching and ghosting. One moment, you’re kinda hitting it off with someone, the next you’re wondering how can a person be this delusional and borderline insane. Featured below is a list of people explaining why they got unmatched, and it perfectly illustrates the weird reality of modern dating.
Have you ever been unmatched for a weird reason? Let us know in the comment section below!
22 thoughts on “Funny Reasons Why People Were Unmatched On Dating Apps”
Sooo glad I don’t date anymore. This stuff is depressing!
I never had to, nor ever will use dating apps. But wow, this scene is really speed blind dating without any commitment or feelings.
Cold and dark times for love
Just remember there is 2 possibly 3 sides to all these stories
Now I understand why birth rates are falling fast.
They’re incredibly hilarious.
No one has a sense of humor these days. Some of these comebacks are great and it’s probably a blessing they were unmatched.
Txt messages back and forth is not how getting to know someone works, I guess the world is finally figuring that out 🤪
Well my very first match on a dating site was a catfisher. I was reading things about what can happen and there I was. Lol
The guy that got unmatched because chess is his hobby was surprised? Couldn’t even make the reason sound not boring…
Honestly, I cracked up reading these. Yes, it’s true online dating can be a total shit-show. However, after moving cross country a few years back. I decided to give it a try because I didn’t know anyone in the area. I joined Match for one month, Lots of men reached out asking to meet in overwhelming numbers. I was truly humbled by the sheer volume of suitors. After about a week I started chatting with a very kind highly intelligent Doctor. He had a great talent for making me laugh. I’m an extremely cautious person. Like all the other men that asked me out, I turned him down the first few times he asked. He soon wore me down, gladly answering all my questions to make me comfortable. And was willing to drive the two hours that separated us to meet on my home turf.
Long story short… He’s the only person I ever met up with. Fast forward (4 1/2) years. We are still together, crazy in love. And without a doubt the most fulfilling relationship I have ever known. To this day. We still have never argued. The point of all this info is to let people know, that online dating can and does turn out to be a wonderful thing. Just be honest in your profile and don’t use old or photoshopped pictures.
“oh yeah you wear a uniform and equipment to work as an adult temper tantrum expert on the streets? Lemme just book by cover you real quick and never speak to you again” LOL
I tried online dating because all the ads were attractive ladies. When I joined all they matched me with were at least 80 years old and very deficient on the looks side. I’m not joking when I tell you one of them was in a wheel chair and wearing oxygen. I was only in my 60s.
I had a real out-loud laugh at “U talk all proper …”
Not sure what all that incoherent nonsense is even supposed to mean. But please do all your future unfortunate dates a solid. And seek out a Doctor of your very own. In fact, run boy… Do not walk, to the nearest mental health professional. And for the love of God. Stay off all dating apps… LOL
I have to agree dating apps are crazy! Most people are not who they pretend to be.Its all fake just like all the other social media.
It’s easy to connect with people over the internet…
… it’s too easy to disconnect from them.
I’m also in the group of giving up on the cesspool of online dating.
Not fun be careful annoying
Yes fake and full of average women who think they are movie stars gold diggers out for what they can get who would dump you after spending all your money and soon as the next guy comes along adios ameago
I’ve met several good women on dating apps and got it off with one. Hopefully off of them for good!
My search age range was 49-62.
That was SUPPOSED to read “hit it off with one”!
A Bumble match asked me about my photo where I was on a mosaic couch in the middle of the desert with a hat on my lap. I told her I was trying to rep my George Castanza. Then sent a gif of George Castanza’s underwear photoshoot in Seinfeld. She unmatched me and possibly deleted the app.
First one, the guy is missing out, that girl is stunning.