I used posts from CrushbridgeBot 5000 as pick-up lines on Tinder
And it kind of worked?
Change is on the horizon, and it comes in the form of a computer generated mashup of old Crushbridge posts. The Facebook page, CrushbridgeBot 5000 has appeared rather sneakily and is starting to gain momentum.
But how does it work? Unfortunately, I am a mere woman who does English and therefore cannot understand computer speak, so I will just insert a handy snippet from the 'About' section of the page:
The results are an absolute emotional rollercoaster:
In fact, they are so profound, I have decided to test them in the real world. And by the "real world" I mean on my Tinder matches. This is not a tale of girl-meets-boy. It is a tale of girl-embarrasses-herself-on-the-internet-and-scares-some-people-along-the-way-for-the-sake-of-some-low-quality-content. Let the games begin.
I picked a few gems from the page and distributed them to various matches. Quite romantic when you think about it. I'm basically sending love letters. "This is it," I thought, rubbing my hands together with glee, "this is how I get a boyfriend".
A few hours and several un-matches later, I received some replies. The emphasis here is on some. I was mostly ignored. To these people, I hope you see this article and feel a sense of loss, for you have truly missed out on being a part of this immersive art project.
For everyone else, I know you're absolutely desperate to learn from the expert. Watch, learn and imitate:
So there you have it. Mildly successful, highly entertaining. You're all invited to the wedding.