Couple Allows Each Other to Hookup With Another Person on Tinder Every Month

Tinder has clearly dominated the dating scene all over the world.

Although many single people use the dating app to find romance, several users have used Tinder as an avenue for hookups.

Take for a example a guy who introduced himself as Lucas from Bermondsey. A seemingly perfect Tinder date, Lucas sports a six-pack and teaches primary school students.

PHOTO CREDIT: Mirror UK

PHOTO CREDIT: Mirror UK

Everything seemed ideal until a woman he met on Tinder discovered that he’s actually engaged after a one night stand with him.

The woman, who goes by the name Cassandra told Mirror UK: ”It was a fun evening, I got no suspicion he was lying, he seemed really genuine. We went back to mine. After he left I went to sleep. When I woke up at 6am the next morning I saw his message. My first thought was Oh My God, what an idiot. I was so angry. Then I owned the rage. I went to work in heels and full face make up, which I never do.”

Here’s a screenshot of the message he sent her on WhatsApp the following morning.

PHOTO CREDIT: Mirror UK

PHOTO CREDIT: Mirror UK

The woman then decided to share her awful experience with the charlatan to warn other women about him.

“On Tinder you don’t take it, or yourself seriously, but you have to be honest about what you want, and who you say you are,” she added.

What is Tinder?

Launched in 2012, Tinder is a location-based social discovery app that allows users to chat with their matches. A popular online dating app, Tinder has registered about 1 billion swipes per day by 2014.

Users can easily build their profile using the photos uploaded on their Facebook account. The app works by streaming a list of matches based on a user’s geographical location, common interests, and number of mutual friends.