You can swoon, you may spoon, but now you can Smoon™!
Other times, the gardener doesn't like the flower that grows, and that's OK too; part with the gardener and thank him/her for spending the time to create a beautiful flower with you. I'd like to give it the benefit of the doubt and imagine it was originally a dating app for busy 20-somethings on the go, ya know, a free, quick alternative to E-Harmony, Match.com, Farmers and websites of the same nature.
This is how we should love: carefully, passionately, creatively, and with understanding. However, as a college student at a university of over 45,000 students, you get to know the real Tinder: a free and easy way to find singles, couples and cheaters in your area that are 50 percent of the time DTF if you get them on a good day.
Tinder has become an auction house; a right swipe is your entry fee, pay the price of your most clever pickup line and you're golden.
What's more, when Tinder meet-ups do happen, many of them go unfollowed; no text, no call, no Facebook friend request.