An assertive Tinder user has been blasted for the laundry list of demands he placed on ladies ‘lucky’ enough to date him.
The shocking profile, which is hallmarked by a near-nude display picture, belongs to England-based user Kirk and was later shared on Twitter where it sparked a barrage of criticism.
Among the 27-year-old’s bizarre list of demands were that a potential partner didn’t have more than one child, has a job and had never dated black men.
“I have 3 rules…..Rule 1, I don’t want to be a step dad so no kids unless u have just one – I want my OWN thanks,” he began.
The next rule was even more offensive and saw him inform women: “if you date black boys or think about it, don’t even text me”.
“Rule 3 – I don’t want a time waster or someone who is a bum….go make your own money you lazy f**ks.”
I thought I’d give Tinder a go but honestly, it’s fully put me off dating. pic.twitter.com/24Q1334yx2
— Trash Queen ✨ (@zxox32) April 4, 2019
Accompanying the colourful caption was a mirror selfie of Kirk stripped down to just underwear with a pair of tracksuit pants around his ankles.
But in a charming bid to up his desirability Kirk shared personal details alongside his photo, revealing: “I have my own 2 bed flat I bought, I body build, I have a German shepherd, I eat a lot, I don’t take s**t”.
When the confronting profile was posted on Twitter by user Trash Queen, women were quick to quip back Kirk’s list of demands, and led one user to jokingly labelling him ‘a catch’.
“I wonder why he’s still single?” one person asked.
Does he need help pulling his trousers up?
— Brocky (@si_brock) April 6, 2019
hes looking for the leprechaun that de-bagged him
— Fairdue (@Fairdue) April 5, 2019
“I assume he’s looking for someone to operate his trousers properly too? If he is struggling on that skill I wonder who has employed him,” wrote another.
In light of the criticism Kirk denied the profile’s legitimacy, changing his now-private Instagram bio to tell followers ‘that fake Tinder’s going to make me famous’.
But this defence was quickly retorted by critics who pointed out “even if it’s fake, he still took a photo with the trousers around his ankles.”
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