Pm read deleted user dating message
A man contacted another user, the “flagger," who said she/he wasn’t interested in him because he was too young for her/him.He responded with a terse “You’re pretty ugly yourself.” One of your fellow moderators weighed in with, “Not ban worthy, but he’s clearly a jerk.” Yes.I’ve seen some nude photos, but I’m no stranger to that, and I’ve seen scammers.The worst thing I’ve seen is people asking for money and it looks like it’s bullsh-t.I’ve learned that people are nitpicking and if they see something they don’t like, they’ll flag it for no good reason.For example, I’m looking at picture of woman in a driveway with dog and the picture is a little far away.
Ok Cupid’s arbiters of right and wrong also have access to the profiles of people who were flagged, though not the people doing the flagging.But in all seriousness, seeing tweets about people missing out on a dream boyfriend/girlfriend makes our cold, black heart break a little bit. It helps really set the sorrowful mood if listen to this song while reading these tweets: But we are happy to report that everyone can take a big, fat chill pill. Users are currently having a severe panic attack because they have been logging in to find all their matches are gone. And when Tinder tweeted this message earlier today, the outrage reached critical mass: "We're experiencing some issues at the moment. We apologize for the inconvenience."Obviously, Tinder users are super upset, and we don't blame them!This glitch might cost them a future spouse or at least a couple months of free meals and adequate hooking up!