Here’s a quick reference guide for tinder-er-er’s:
No pictures below the neck means not thin. Not by a long shot.
Pictures look old as hell or she looks very different among pictures means she’s old, possibly lying about age, and/or hasn’t aged well. Expect alcoholism.
Terrible grammar means you’re going to have a bad time. I mean, “ur going 2 have bad time”.
Over-sharer (“just on here because my ex of forever died in a tragically when I was giving him a blowjob. Needless to say…I’m on the market.”) means she’s going to be an emotionally unstable wreck who sleeps around and borrows money she won’t pay back.
Thirty thousand pictures of her kid means that’s all you’re going to hear about. She also might be pregnant when you meet her.
Pictures of her making out with dude means no common sense when it comes to social mores and probably entitled as anything, such as entitled to sleeping with all your friends before even kissing you good night.
She’s hot means it’s a bot. They all might be actually.
She’s extremely forward and wants to bang you within seconds means post-op or pre-op?
Remember. If it seems too good to be true, then just dive in.
Have you ever had a dreams that s- that you um you had you’d you would you could you’d do you w- you wants you you could do so you you do you could you you want you want him to do you so much you could do anything?
The reason a job goes unfilled has only four main possibilities:
The job doesn’t pay enough to merit a response from qualified candidates,
The qualified candidates are older than the employer would like to see,
The job posting isn’t real, it’s just an excuse to make someone within the organization fill in for a job above his/her pay grade without suitable compensation,
The person doing the hiring has no idea what the job really entails and thus doesn’t forward candidates for fear of making a bad hire.
These is just the phenomenas which have been observed, and nowadays number 3 is particularly prevalent. After all, it is perfectly reasonable to require 8-10 years of experience for an entry level position. How else can we justify not actually hiring anyone and paying our overqualified, burned out employees so little?