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App Hack Let’s You Talk to Anyone on Tinder

Not doing so well on Tinder? Well, there’s an app for that. Two VCU students in Richmond, Virginia have made a hack that allows people to talk to anyone they see on Tinder, regardless of having been “swiped” right or left by them. When asked why they developed the hack, Jason (the originator of the concept) said he was on Tinder for a month without getting any matches. “Honestly, I thought something was wrong,” he said. ” I must have liked about 100 girls a day during that first month and nothing! That’s when I went to my roommate, Brad, about the idea. He wasn’t having any luck either. We started looking into the code and stuff and realized we had a way to fix it.” And by fix it, Jason meant make it so that girls who didn’t want to talk to him would have to anyway.

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“It only took us a month of work to develop it,” Brad boasted. “Now we can talk to anyone we want. It’s Great! There’s nothing better than swiping right, not getting a match, and bringing the girl’s picture back up to send her a message anyway.”

When asked how many dates the two have gone on as a result of the hack, they both looked at the floor. “Well,” Jason said meekly, “we’ve been using it more to question girls about why they didn’t like us to begin with.”

“Yeah, we just get on there and tell them they messed up by passing on two really nice guys,” Brad jumped in. “But there’s this one girl I’ve been talking to for a while now though. I think  she’s gonna be giving me her number any day now.”

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The two computer science students aren’t sure how long their hack will work for. “I’m sure there’s been a few complaints about us by now,” Jason admitted. “But we hid the program well and it should take them [Tinder programmers] at least a couple of days to find it.” So, until then, you can check out this YouTube video to see how to download and install the hack and happy Tindering!

Brian M. Williams
Brian is the author of the recently published travel memoir "Stranger in a Stranger Land: My Six Years in Korea." (Click this profile for more information.) He's also a law school grad with Southern charm and Virginia roots. He recently returned to America after nearly seven years traveling and working abroad. He loves dive bars, international travel and foreign accents. He's particularly good at small talk and was the first person to notice there's no "I" in "team."
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