I gave up Tinder (and 4 other dating apps) for Lent. I am unbelievably proud of myself for doing this but I was a little too excited to download them again once Lent ended.
Yesterday morning, I downloaded Tinder again as I laid in bed with no electricity and began my swipe journey.
These are 5 things I learned since being back on Tinder in the past 24 hours
Have you seen the last person you texted naked?:
Will you be in a relationship next month?:
Very very unlikely.
Last time you saw the last person you kissed?:
Do you like to cuddle/snuggle?:
I really do
Last time you talked to your mom in person?:
5 minutes ago.
Have you ever fallen asleep in someone’s arms?:
Are you excited about anything today?:
I have an assignment due that I have not started and I am running on 4 hours of sleep. So no.
Did you cry at all today?:
Are you texting anyone?:
What’s on your bedroom floor right now?:
What ISN’T on my bedroom floor right now?
Did you kiss or hug anyone today?:
If you count after 12am “today” then yes.
When is your birthday?:
Do you want someone you can’t have?:
Are you currently wanting any piercings or tattoos?:
Not in the slightest
Is the last person you kissed mad at you?:
I don’t think so.
Do you text a lot?:
Meh… I go through phases. Usually no
Last thing you ate?:
I had a fish dish for lunch
What should you be doing right now?:
Do you have your outfit planned for today?:
I am wearing it.
Do you like to take walks?:
I love them.
What bed did you sleep in last night?:
What’s something you really want right now?:
Money. This assignment to be done. Sleep.
Who was the last person you took a picture with?:
I actually don’t know. Probably Sam.
Can I make #FNF a thing? If you’re new to my blog, I usually fill out these dumb facebook notes on Fridays. They’re really relaxing, I must admit. So here’s this week’s edition of Facebook Note Friday (#FNF).
P.S. Happy New Year, everyone!
I am not one for taking risks.
I think it’s because my dad was a very anxious person and would get nervous at just the thought of me riding my bike to school.
I play it safe. It’s how I have always operated.