Photo cred - Barstool Sports
In today's technology age, where just about everyone is glued to their smart phone for all of their business and personal needs, it's no surprise that there are apps for dating. Tinder being one of the most popular, approaching a billion total matches and an average user time of 60 minutes per day, is basically the equivalent to a seedy meat market, where young singles can hook up based entirely on first appearances. Pretty handy if you don't have the time or money to go pick up in person every night.
Now this service is obviously rife with fake accounts and doctored profile pics set up with the aim of getting more swipes right, but one Tinder user decided that the best way to attract potentials was just to give them what they really want - a fat bankroll.
Tinder-user Brandon, instead of using his face, decided just to screenshot his checking account balance, showing a little over $127k, which no doubt got him the attention of at least a few suitors. Bold move, but you have to hand it to the guy, he knows what the people want.