If you haven't yet heard about the creepy, pickup-artist-inspired Tinder message that's been making its way around the Internet over the past week, here's a quick recap: Recently, the Instagram account feminist_tinder revealed that a Tinder message that more than a few women had apparently received was actually a line from a video by pickup artist Maximilian Berger, who calls the message the Tinder version of the "Apocalypse Opener." It's a pretty transparent tactic—asking a woman to sleep with you outright instead of, say, feigning interest in having a relationship—and the message has been apparently spreading through pickup artist sites ever since.
And yes, pickup artists are a real thing — with a large following.
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He might also discover other beneficial side topics in self-improvement such as meditation, fitness, and entrepreneurship.Even the gorgeous female snowboarder, Jamie Anderson, mentioned Tinder in an interview saying: “Tinder in the Olympic Village is next level. If your profile picture sucks, girls might not be inspired to find out more about your great personality! Keep in mind that girls are swiping much faster than guys.Attractive girls in big cities usually have so many matches that they rarely view second pics if they don’t like the first one. It should show your face, without sunglasses, with a friendly smile. If you do use one, make sure it doesn’t look like one.Here's what it looks like: Initially, I was surprised that people were making such a big deal of the message itself—when I got it over a year ago, it barely fazed me.I showed it to my roommates and we had a good laugh, but I'd gotten accustomed to these kinds of troubling communications online.