Many people agree that looks aren’t everything but one man conducted a social experiment on Tinder t to prove that it is. The bodybuilding enthusiast, only known by his forum name GermanLifter, created a troll account on the dating app to show how uber attractive men get girls easily — and it doesn’t even matter if they say creepy things.
For the experiment, he used pictures of the guy from the “Call Me Maybe” music video to hook up with women. To his surprise, it was so easy and he didn’t even try hard. It doesn’t even matter if he says dirty things as his introduction – girls just dig him.
The main profile showed the model’s beautiful hair and great teeth.
And he’s 6’3″. That’s attractive for most girls.
There’s the photo showing his ripped body.
He sends creepy messages but girls always say yes to this face.
“I can literally say ANYTHING and still get their #. The girls often initiate first and respond immediately when I send a message. Also I have absolutely zero game. I wasn’t even trying, just sending random bullsh*t that came off top of my head but it doesn’t matter.”
Scroll down below to see some of the Tinder conversations the poser had with the ladies.
After his social experiment, GermanLifter came to conclusion:
“Nothing matters except for facial aesthetics and being lean. This guy obviously doesn’t lift, they can’t see his wallet/status, all pics are phaggy selfies pretty much, etc. yet the girls still go crazy for his d**k. It’s all about the face confirmed.”
What do you think, ladies?
Transgender Woman Now In A Relationship With Guy Who Rejected Her When She Was A Man
Aaron Anderson may have been turned down by his crush, Jared. But Erin won’t have any of it.
Erin Anderson is a 22-year-old from Owensboro, Kentucky. She was a man who once approached his crush, 28-year-old computer science student Jared Norris, with a message on Facebook. “While still living as a boy, I messaged Jared on Facebook saying, “Hey, what’s up,” she shared in an interview.
“I knew of him and added him on Facebook because he was cute. But he was having no part of it and didn’t seem interested at all, so I decided not to try anymore with him.” Erin was basically shut down at that point.
Erin Anderson was born male as Aaron.
“I’m a Millionaire, Google Me” Footballer Tells Police After Being Caught Drunk Driving
He showed no remorse for what he had been arrested for.
In many countries, driving under the influence is against the law. Besides, it is one of the leading causes of accidents and traffic-related deaths across the globe so it’s really a serious offense.
However, when one English football player was apprehended for drunk-driving, he felt it would be a good time to remind the police about his fame and fortune. Talk about arrogance of unbelievable levels!
James Hurst, former Birmingham City and West Bromwich Albion player, was caught driving under the influence of alcohol.
Chinese Taxi Driver Finally Reunited With Missing Daughter After 24-Year Search
Hoping to narrow his search and find his daughter, he decided to become a taxi driver.
Wang Mingqing is among the many fathers whose kid(s) went missing for years. His daughter went off the radar in Chengdu China when she was only three years old. He and his wife were selling fruits when they realized that Qifeng was no longer with them.
They did what every parent would do and thus a massive search for the toddler began. Wang even resorted to ads on various local media outlets while setting up missing posters around town. He also went to different hospitals and homeless shelters, as he hoped to find his missing daughter there.
Wang's daughter had been missing for over 20 years.
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