Lone radio producer reveals her date with Tinder has already brought all of her other dates to a house party
A single Australian radio producer shared her worst Tinder date ever, which involved a man inviting all of his conquests to a house party “like The Bachelor.”
Triple M radio worker Jana Hocking, 36, dubbed Tinder the “fishiest” online dating app after she met a narcissistic man a few years ago.
“He had just moved into a chic new apartment and clearly wanted to show off,” she told FEMAIL. “I was meeting his friends for the first time, but it turns out I was meeting the other girls he was dating too!” “
She described how everyone sat in her living room and got to know each other when a girl casually mentioned that she was dating him.
Triple M radio employee Jana Hocking (pictured) called Tinder the “fishiest” online dating app after meeting she had with a narcissistic man a few years ago
“Then another girl said to me, ‘Wait, I’m dating him too’ and I went straight to the bedroom to get my bag,” Jana said.
“He came over to me and I told him about the other two girls and he panicked, followed me up the stairs as I left telling me not to go but I was out of there.”
Over the next few days, the man – who had acted like he was a contestant to The Bachelor – texted, called, and apologized to Jana for what had happened.
“But once a player always a player. Such an asshole, she said.
After sharing the Tinder failure with her wider circle of friends, Jana discovered that she wasn’t the only one exposed to sleazy behavior.
After sharing her failure on Tinder with her wider circle of friends, Jana discovered that she wasn’t the only one exposed to sleazy behavior.
“My friend found out that her half-brother was on the app. Her MARRIED half-brother, “she said. news.com.au.
“Another friend went on a date with a guy from Tinder whose girlfriend slipped into his DMs to inform him that he was living with her and that they were expecting a child.”
She argues that more and more people are turning to Bumble and Hinge for a date, rather than the ‘f ** kboys pit’ that is Tinder, because you can get a feel for the personality of ‘another person before going out to dinner.
“Tinder just feels like crappy late night bar folks go when they’re just looking for some action,” Jana said.
Despite her disastrous dating history, Jana has previously spoken about the importance of seeing “more than one person at a time” to avoid being needlessly heartbroken.
Despite her catastrophic dating history, Jana has previously spoken about the importance of seeing “more than one person at a time” to avoid unnecessary heartbreaking.
She thinks that it is possible to have two men at the same time, but that in addition, it is an “act of juggling”.
“Plus you forget what you said on dates and end up telling them the same story twice,” she said.
There are, however, a few downsides to using his strategy, namely that you might be on one date and meet the other “date” while on the go.
“I once got caught doing the Bondi walk to Bronte in Sydney with a guy, in the morning after I had a date with another guy doing the same walk,” she said. .
“What was worse was that he stopped to chat and I had to show him my current date.”
Once you’ve been out with someone a few times and things seem more likely to improve, that’s when you’ll need to decide who you want to be with.
“I think you know something is real once they’ve done something that you would normally turn off, like fart or get a boogie on your face, and you still love them.” Not the most romantic answer but true, ”Jana said.