Men of Tinder help woman with tech problems but one is a creep

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Men of Tinder help woman with tech problems but one is a creep



(Picture: Twitter/Getty)If you’re a woman on the internet there’s a chance you’ve had someone mansplain something to you. And by someone, of course, we mean men.
So you might as well use it to your advantage and get them to help you with things that we poor women just can’t get our heads around, like technology.
One woman decided to do that and prove that Tinder doesn’t just have to be a place for unsolicited dick pics and people just being awful.
Twitter user Megan decided to ask for help on how to fix her Wii.
The beauty blogger shared her bio which read: ‘Please help me with my Wii, it’s only showing up in black and white’ to which she got plenty of helpful responses.
One man, however, decided to add an extra comment to his tech support making the whole thing sexual, as you do on Tinder.
After Megan swiftly thanked the match, he casually dropped the words: ‘Can I powerwash your teeth with my cum?’
No, internet guy, she does not owe you any sexual favours just because you helped fix her Wii.

my wii is finally in color so i’d like to take a moment to thank the men of tinder, really helped a girl out pic.twitter.com/8jUEqOZiKe
— megz (@meggzsalad) March 20, 2019

Megan shared a bunch of responses from guys but one of them was unlike the other.
She got lots of useful tech advice, one of whom wrote: ‘Sounds like your Wii is on the wrong TV output, I know that happens with my game cube sometimes.’
A tech engineer also suggested she try ‘dusting off the jacks that plug into the screen’. See, nice normal response.

This is a different man (Picture: Getty)Even the creepy dude gave a useful tip to Megan, telling her to plug her Wii into the HDMI.
Once she’d responded, he decided to try his luck and see if she would fall at his feet with gratitude and repay him with a sexual favour.
She did not.
Instead, she tweeted it which got over 98,000 likes with others sharing their stories of men coming to their ‘rescue’.
At least Megan remembers the incident as the time Tinder almost became a wholesome community full of well-meaning and helpful friends. Almost.
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