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We all use Tinder.
It is a universal Tinder truth that nothing gets those right swipes quite like a good selfie with a fluffy dog. There is no shame in swiping right solely for the dog or asking the guy if his husky and corgi mix can accompany him on your date to the Oval. Due to our prime geographic location, pictures of shirtless guys climbing mountains come in an abundance.
Sir, who told you this was a good idea? I understand that when people are looking for a potential partner, a car would be a bonus. Also, I could care less about how nice your car is.
If you can buy me food, I will hop on your handle bars. In which case, you are in luck and will probably beat me to Pita Pit. This will happen to you, and you will feel weird.
Every class ends at some time. This kind of guy is so unbelievably frequent.
How is this supposed to make potential matches feel? What is the goal here? Are these guys trying to advertise that upon an apocalypse and the inevitable collapse of all grocery stores, they will be able to provide for their Tinder date?
Does the size of the fish have a ificance? What does it mean when the guy has more than one fish?
A bunch of tiny fish? A shark?
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Unfortunately, CU guys will sometimes infiltrate our city limits and litter our Tinders with their selfies. Un-match them immediately. There is some year-old somewhere trying to punk all of CSU, and he is doing the worst job. There are no year-old professional snowboarders, who are also the CEOs of their own company, who also happen to have great jaw lines and six dogs. But until proven otherwise, this kind of person does not actually exist.
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Collegian Reporter Miranda Moses can be reached entertainment collegian. Go to rockymountainstudentmedia. The guy with a puppy in his picture. The guy who has climbed more mountains than anyone.
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