In other news, World Wrestling Federation wrestler Chyna died. I saw her last Youtube video and she appears really out of it. It was posted three days ago.
I was then searching for comments left before she died but, as always happens in these situations, the comments section was flooded with "RIP"s. Why? You can see that there are already 10 "RIP"s on the first page. Why add to the spam? Is this part of your grieving process? Do you think that this is showing respect to the deceased? It's just annoying spam.
And her videos typically got like 700 views. She posted videos regularly. Where were all these big Chyna mourners when she was posting her videos? She apparently moved to Japan for a while and taught English. That might have been interesting. See how Chyna is getting on in Japan doing a regular job. These people didn't give a shit.
Neither did I. I'm not a Chyna fan and never have been. She was a troubled woman and I have nothing against her personally but I wasn't a fan of her work and she didn't seem like a particularly good person. So I didn't feel the need to leave "RIP" spam.
Take the Ultimate Warrior. He was great. I enjoyed his work and I liked him personally. He really spoke to me. I watched his Youtube videos regularly. His videos also got only a few hundred vidws. But I was one of the viewers. Still, I didn't leave "RIP" spam. What's the point? He's not going to read them.
I showed my support to the Ultimate Warrior at the proper time (i.e. when he was alive). I commented on his videos saying that I enjoyed them, they were funny, et cetera.
And on message boards, it was popular to bash the Ultimate Warrior (mostly due to that libelous DVD that WWE put out) but I always stood up for him, said he was a great guy, sound, intelligent, rational, and in spite of revisionist Vince McMahon history he was a hugely popular wrestler in his day.
On the Tinder front, yeah, that Fife woman stopped replying to me. I can always try again in a few days but she's so far away that I don't even want to. And that doctor never replied.
But got a new match with a 22 year old Brazilian who just has her boobs (in a bikini) as her main photo. Then a bunch of low-resolution pictures taken kind of far away. And her last photo is her from the back coming out of a pool showing her large buttocks.
So I thought, "I better make sure this is on the up and up".
Turns out that it's true. She exists. I found her Facebook. But on her Facebook, she posted a couple pictures of her face and now I see why she was keen to focus on other areas.
Also matched with a 17 year old who said that I looked "creepy". So I reported her for abuse. Nothing happened. Guarantee that I was even slightly insulting to anyone, my account would immediatley be gone. But that's the way with these sites. Women can say whatever they want and they won't get banned.
Why not at least ban her for being 17? She says right in her profile that she's 17.
Weirdly, I don't think that you have to be 18 to use Tinder. I think like 13 is the minimum age. Every other dating site on earth is 18 but Tinder is 13. But if you're under 18, you're put in a seperate section with only other 13-17 year olds. So this girl officially saying she's 19 but really 17 is breaking the rules.
So anyway, they clearly weren't going to ban her so I decided to send a message. I say that we all have problems, some have bad photos, some have daddy issues. And I ask if she got a gift certificate to Bravissimo for her 16th birthday. One of her pictures is her at her 16th birthday party. Bravissimo is a lingerie shop for busty women.
She said, "I do have daddy issues, tbh. No, I just have big tits for my age."
Oh, and here we are full circle. I don't know if I mentioned this fat 19 year old who matched me. Yeah, I think I did, actually. Anyway, checked out her profile and she says, "Will accept a date if spaghetti is involved or a cheeky Nandos". So it seems people do say it non-ironically.
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