Tinder Reactions

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Tinder Reactions are designed to give users a selection of responses that can be used at any stage of conversation, and suitable for a wide spectrum of behavior—from a gentle nudge (say “ball’s in your court!”) to a warning (send an eyeroll) to a bold gesture (throw a drink in their face).

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Reviews

  • Meghan GardlerCommunity Manager
    Pros: 

    This is hilarious is anyone who says it isn't is probably one of the douches they are targeting

    Cons: 

    None.

    If you are a single woman in this century, you have probably tried a social dating site like Tinder. And more than likely, you been hit by a douchey person who tries to just get in your pants before actually having a conversation. This is an awesome way to emote in an online environment when words do not serve you. Shocking that most of the opposition to this feature comes from men (eye roll).

    Meghan Gardler has used this product for one week.
  • Rajat SaxenaFounder & CEO
    Pros: 

    Nothing

    Cons: 

    I seriously don't like this.

    So only men can be douche?

    Rajat Saxena has used this product for one year.

Discussion

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Chris MessinaHunter@chrismessina · 🏆 PH Community Member of the Year!
Check out @badeen in this starring role:
Matthew D. Clark@matthew_d_clark
Never one to take yourself too seriously, @badeen. Love it.
Matt Klein@kleinkleinklein · Founder of PRSNL Branding
Marketing take: "Yes! Great way to show the girls you're looking out for them." Product take: "Ok. Fine. More expressive communication." Ethics take: "Really?! This is where we've come..."
Stephen M. Levinson@stephenmarklevi · Design @Vimeo @Cameo
Yikes.
Jordan Krueger@jordankrueger · Organizer, activist, community builder.
As usual, the men's reactions showing just how necessary something like this is.
John@john_cockerill
@jordankrueger You're kidding right?
Steven RueterPro@rueter · Developer
Is this real?