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“They're just trying to strike at whatever our insecurities are.You were just interested a second ago, and now you're saying, ‘you have a fat ugly nose.’”To this, add the anonymity of online communication and the ambiguity that results when two strangers try to kindle a romantic connection through a medium that can't convey sarcasm, body language, or even a smile.The name is a play on “Bye Felicia,” a meme used to signify that someone has left a party, and they won’t be missed.Since creating it Monday of last week, Tweten has received more than two dozen submissions.” wrote a Texas “dating coach” named Harris O’Malley. ”Earlier this year, a male Reddit user tried setting up a fake, female Ok Cupid profile using a picture of a friend (with permission).Seconds after he created his username, he received his first message.
But before he could close the tab, he got another message. He replied, but “then I got another message that opened with a line that while not wholly vulgar, kind of came off a little strange.Then he texted and said, "See you tonight at ." I corrected him by saying that I thought we'd set the time for 6.He said,“are you really giving me a hard time about this?“What in society makes them think that it's okay to message someone like that? There’s Straight White Boys Texting, which is exactly what it sounds like: (“You should come eat this dick for desert.” [sic]) Minority women seem to have it especially rough; there are a number of sites devoted to exposing the uniquely disgusting bile that seems to spew forth when certain white men attempt to woo Asian women. In the words of Elizabeth Bennet, "You are too hasty, sir."* * *Online dating is just like regular dating—if it had been sprinkled with radioactive dust and left out in the sun to get bigger, louder, and warped.Or, for more run-of-the-mill indignities, check out Dudes of Tinder, a Tumblr collecting a combination of outlandish profile photos and gross messages (“Wanna meet up for some chicken? Traditional courting norms, in which men usually do the asking and women usually do the selecting, are escalated online.I have a flight tonight at .” I said, “Well I didn't say I could meet before 6 for a reason, but I will do my best to get there early.” He then said, "Bring black man hair dye when you come." I had no idea what he meant by that!Number one, it felt a little racist, and number two, why on earth would I run errands for someone I haven't even met yet?He texted again yesterday to see if he "had permission" to continue texting me.Men, too, have grumbled online about the fact that all their hours spent browsing photos, writing love notes, and hitting send aren’t “paying off.” Maybe some think they have to send outlandish messages in order to get noticed at all.“Who wants to expend all of that emotional energy only to get kicked in the metaphorical nuts by that empty inbox every time you log in?She’s had mostly good experiences with online dating, and she met her last serious boyfriend on Ok Cupid.Still, the crude, unsolicited messages are a kind of a bitter aftertaste to what is usually a fun, if sometimes fatiguing, process. You can see the desperation.”Tweten is part of an growing contingent of women who are dedicated to exposing the shady, hostile, and crass entreaties they get from their digital suitors.