Women Are Dramatically Reading The Awful Bios Men Put On Tinder & It’s My Only Source Of Joy

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Beyond clueless parents unknowingly ripping into their teen children, women really are the best part of TikTok.

They’ve danced to voicemails from their absolutely terrible exes, rose up to the gross men cat-calling them on the street by literally barking back, and even gathered together to roast pro-life protesters gathered outside abortion clinics.

Hell, earlier this year women left us in stitches when they started to use TikTok to rank the fish that men continue to post their photos on dating profiles too.

To add to that growing list of truly iconic activities, women have followed the fish-rankers footsteps and have started dramatically reading terrible Tinder for our enjoyment.

While judging men for the things they put on their dating profiles isn’t anything new, the dramatic reading of the most over-the-top ones truly is a joy to watch.

Set to ‘Bella’s Lullaby’ from cult favourite Twilight, women try to re-imagine what these men must have said aloud while composing their terrible Tinder bios with the sentences switching from happy to angry to smug to shy in a matter of seconds.

However, without question, the true queen of this trend is @jasminehaslostit, who has mastered the art of dragging men using their own words.

Somehow sounding like she’s reading the script of a Nicholas Sparks movie instead of the horrendous words men throw into Tinder’s 500-character limit, 22-year-old Jasmine has managed to grow her page to over 150,000 followers.

But while Jasmin started the dramatic readings, 19-year-old @claramelapple created her own spin-off trend where she focuses on the “Man of the hour” with the worst bios imaginable.

Instead of taking the piss out of the words on screen with flair, Clara simply reads the bios out as they are, without a backing track, to highlight just how bad they all are.

In one particularly terrible instance, Clara reads out 25-year-old James’ list of four things that “girls really gotta hear”.

After explaining that “immaturity makes [hot women] pathetic and gross”, James then shares that these aforementioned hot women need to drop their standards, that he only wants a woman and “not a little girl” and that the honour of having a match with him isn’t a sign of his interest, rather, “it merely means I’m willing to give you a chance.”

A true catch, honestly.

Or how about Caleb, who calls women “sluts, bitches and hoes” in 50 words or less but still expected to find a “quick, easy fuck” on the app?

Then, of course, there’s 32-year-old Stephen who list his “key requirements” noting “no mental health”, “no bath bombs on the story” and “no debt” while literally only offering a sad, shirtless selfie in bed.

Honestly, if this trend proves anything it’s that if men have anything…it truly is the audacity.