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Today, we have a female Tinder Archetype for you! Bwogger Leo Bevilacqua writes about the charming, although almost unbearably loquacious, classic sorority girl that you might find on your screen. The sorority girl’s first photo will be a selfie with either the Snapchat flower crown or dog filter (the first in an array of over-edited pictures). Count […]

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Following our new series of tinder archetypes, we bring you…International Student Seeking Connections! The author would like to remain anonymous because, well, you never know who might be reading… You match immediately, because he already swiped right. Poor dude, he’s lonely. Tinder gives him hope. (These pitying thoughts come later–in the moment, you’re psyched because […]

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Bwog is back with its newest series: Tinder Archetypes. See if you can recognize today’s sensitive, despairing sadboy from your Tinder dating life. It’s more than an aesthetic; it’s a way of life. Part of the Sadboy Lifestyle is a deep, unfillable loneliness which manifests itself in the form of sad Tinder profiles. There is […]

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