By Kyle James   |  07-18-2018   News
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Do you know that feeling when you are swiping through Tinder matches and you come across a girl with an organ-trafficking-vibe? Oh, you don't? Well, that is what potential matches of one girl on Tinder are worried about. Putting together the right Tinder profile isn't easy, you don't want to come across as too thirsty but you also don't want to be ridiculed.

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Common mistakes are cropping exes out of photos, using mirror selfies, and common cliches such as "I live life to the fullest". There are also some mistakes that take a more terrifying turn such as in the case of Nicole's profile. The 26-year-old registered nurse posted a profile on Tinder saying she wanted a "lifetime partner who is really hardworking, humble, healthy and trustworthy".

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Seems like an honest request right? Well, when you keep reading her profile adds, "He must have both lungs and kidneys, heart with a sinus rhythm, non smoker and occasional drinker is fine, or not take any substance that could damage the liver." So we went from wanting a healthy relationship to requesting particular organs within a few characters.

I have a question for Nicole, why do you mention three specific organs and in great detail in a single sentence? That's not creepy at all. The funniest thing about the profile is probably the series of tweets that sprung up in response to Nicole's profile.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">I can&#39;t believe you rented a hotel room for our first date!<br><br>Anything for you my HEALTHY man.<br><br>Um… Why is the bathtub filled with ice?<br><br>To uh… keep the champagne cold?</p>&mdash; Matt Van Natta (@ImStoic) <a href="">July 15, 2018</a></blockquote>

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">In this weather, waking up in a bathtub full of ice would be worth it</p>&mdash; ROTOPE~1 (@RotoPenguin) <a href="">July 14, 2018</a></blockquote>

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Donate one kidney and you&#39;re a &quot;hero&quot;. Donate five and you&#39;re &quot;under investigation&quot; and &quot;of serious interest to the police&quot;</p>&mdash; Mt. Krug (@TheRyanKruger) <a href="">July 15, 2018</a></blockquote>

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Anyone else imagined her starting the date with an x-ray? 😂</p>&mdash; (@Lamisbasri) <a href="">July 15, 2018</a></blockquote>

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Anonymous No. 31581 1531881706

hahaha creepy

Anonymous No. 31584 1531884240

In China, those requests are normal. Since so many people there have cancer due to the toxic environment, a girl who is looking for a lifetime partner will ask the organ status of their potential boyfriend/husband.

Hot Oyster Snapper 32 RN No. 31586 1531888684

Looking for love you long time! Want a man to spent all his life with me. Need a longtime partner with 2 semi round balls. Balls can hang uneven but needs to be two natural balls in original sack. The wiener must poke through the bush, even on cold time. But can have natural hood trimmed or not. Please call me for good care for the balls.

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Anonymous No. 32029 1532335413

let me know how to meet here

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