A Tinder user who included an outrageous list of “requirements” for potential dates in his profile has been thoroughly mocked in a viral video.
Stephen, 32, whose last name wasn’t revealed, hails from Ireland and – according to him – gets a “high volume of messages” on the dating app.
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In order to narrow down his search for love, Stephen decided to include in his Tinder bio a few “key requirements” for any woman interested in dating him.
He included some sort of reasonable ones, like not wanting to date someone who is dealing with financial debt, or who relies on social services.
Both are a bit rude, but maybe – maybe – understandable. But the rest of the “requirements” are downright outrageous.
Stephen insists that he won’t date single mothers – that’s a “firm” no – or women who have any find of mental health issues.
He also won’t date pansexuals or members of the LGBTQ+ community, or anyone who weighs more than 10 stone.
That’s just under 64 kilos, which is on the lower end of average weight for many women, and would be considered underweight in others.
Stephen doesn’t stop there though.
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His profile goes on to rule out potential dates who don’t have unlimited phone data, have motivational quotes in their bios, or – for some reason – use bath bombs.
Oh, and forget about using essential oils or drinking skinny coffee around Stephen, as those are banned too.
The list and Stephen’s profile went viral when TikTok user Clara Melapple, who regularly shares bizarre Tinder profiles on her account, mocked the “requirements” in a video.
She shared a screenshot of the profile and did a dramatic reading of the requirements, quickly racking up millions of views.
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Melapple’s comments section was flooded with other woman expressing their disbelief over the profile, many calling Stephen “ridiculous”, “stupid” and “out of his mind”.
“They always have this long list of demands but never mention what they can offer,” one person commented.
Another joked: “Men overestimate their current market value.”
But some wanted to get to the root of Stephen’s profile, admitting that they couldn’t understand why he – and men like him – thought it was a good idea to post lists of “requirements”.
“I genuinely want to understand the thought process men go through when they make profiles like this,” one person confessed.
Honestly, it’s a mystery to us.