She did not divulge if she and the man planned on seeing each other again, but said that Tinder has offered her a just in case she needs it."I think it was kind of a tongue-in-cheek kind of joke," Bliss said about Tinder's offer, which Aponte said she is going to decline.Struggling to find real love on the NYC dating scene? Our members are intelligent, single professionals who are looking for a relationship that lasts.New York life is bustling, which is good for singles in NYC, but it’s easy to miss your match in this sometimes chaotic culture.
It went viral after one of the men who was duped into showing up to Union Square tweeted about the ordeal on Sunday."I am about to tell you an epic tale about subterfuge, dating in the 21st century and the fall of human civilization.This actually happened to me and it could happen to you too. I'm also agreeing with the people who think this is wrong.It is wrong to judge someone in person, so why do we think its socially acceptable online?This actually happened to me and it could happen to you too," he wrote.
I am about to tell you an epic tale about subterfuge, dating in the 21st century and the fall of human civilization."Just because someone doesn't check off every box on what we find attractive, doesn't mean they aren't. To judge people on such petty things, as if they like to wear khakis. Nearly 2,000 people viewed the film on You Tube within hours after it was posted on Thursday.Aponte was prepared for the social experiment to gain widespread attention." Aponte says the men outraged by the Tinder trick exemplified "how men are so quick to just judge [women] and put a label on us just because we didn't give them what they wanted ... In the end of "The Tinder Trap," Aponte did pick a man from the group of competitors who stuck around."I genuinely liked the person, I thought he was so sweet," she said.Real relationships are increasingly hard to come by, even in a place where so many people share the same spaces!