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Columbia Sculptures As People You See On Tinder

The statues scattered across our campus represent more than just our University’s rich and distinguished history. They are reflective of our community as a whole. Well, at least those of us who dwell among the Tindersphere.

the athlete you match with who could definitely get you into EC parties but won’t message you back


the girl you swipe right on even though you know you’ll never match with her… who you now see in John Jay every Wednesday at 6:30


the boy you met during NSOP. Already in your phone as “Alex?? from mels”


the person you sat next to in chem last semester. Better swipe right and send a chem joke so it’s not awkward


the guy who superliked you and makes you contemplate deleting the app


the couple looking for a third


the one who thinks putting a pic of their dog will make them seem wholesome. OR. A furry.


a catfish. Looks like one thing, but it’s definitely something else. Stay safe folks!


the 420 enthusiast who just wants someone to smoke with. Profile most likely includes a gif of their PHAT clouds


probably named Chad. Spends too much time at the gym to take you out


the one who only posts group pics so you swipe right assuming they’re the cutest one (they’re not)


the girl whose pickup line is “What’s your favorite book?” because I’m totally on tinder to talk literature, not to bang.


the one who asks for your snap then sends an unsolicited nude 


Pictures via bwog archives, a bwogger, and Columbia University Libraries

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