James Brawn and Angela Smill, both from Islington, recently told notsonews about their dating problems as a result of meeting on Tinder. But, whilst many would expect these problems to be STIs and broken condoms, James and Angela both expressed how happy they were together.
However, with their first anniversary fast approaching, they have struggled with their friends’ expectations.
‘Yes, we know its a hook up app,’ Angela told us. ‘But that doesn’t mean you have to tell us everytime we catch up, or introduce us as ‘the ones that met on tinder’. And please, please can people stop asking if I sucked him off on the first date. No, it’s not your right to know’.
James added, ‘They always want to know the first line. Did I make a pun on her name? Did I ask her to rate me from 00000000000-9999999999? Did I ‘trick’ her with Netflix and Chill? It all gets a bit much’.
In reality, James and Angela told us they met for a coffee at a local independent chain of highstreet coffee shops.
‘When I tell them that I just asked him to meet for a coffee, they ask me if I knew tinder was for ‘a quick romp’,’ said Angela. ‘And then they ask if I knew I’d be leaving that coffee shop sweating and kicking a used condom into the dirt. Of course not, I always say. You just can’t predict chemistry like that.’
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