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Circulated might 27, 2015 changed might 28, 2021, 6:03 pm CDT
Many people just aren’t great at using dating programs like Tinder and Grindr. Many, meanwhile, tend to be impressive, incredible failures—like the man just who tried to go switched off people else’s picture as his or her own, merely to become stuck by the correct dude he was looking to impersonate. Awkward.
Port Kennedy could be the lad whoever footage had been appropriated by a catfisher on Grindr in an useless attempt to electronically flirt, unintentionally giving photographs of Kennedy to Kennedy himself. The man posted the communications on Tumblr, and they’ve since racked up-over 50,000 reports.
Kennedy certainly is the lime bubbles, the catfish orange.
Kennedy first responded with “Mhm?” because he imagined they were requesting if the picture would be him—he does not have actually a visibility pic on his or her Grindr membership, since he looks at themselves really a lurker and does not use application very often. (Though he had been forwarding copped photos, the impostor’s account photography was actually clean like Kennedy’s, but loaded in with figures: 18 yrs old, thinner, solitary, and 140 lbs.)