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A woman has shared the bizarre dating questionnaire she was sent by a Tinder match.
The video, which has received over 250,000 views begins with text and a voice-over saying: "Guy on Tinder sent me literal dating application" and is captioned "I can't make this up."
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The questions started simple enough asking for a name, if the respondent is single, and it they have a job and if so what it is.
We're just not sure why these needed to be answer via a questionnaire though!
The questions then slowly began to get a bit stranger. One question asked "do you own a dog?" With one of the answer options being: "No, but I have access to a friend's one."
Another question asked was: "What's your favourite Justin Bieber song and why isn't it Sorry?'' - A rather random question and one we're not quite sure you should base compatibility on.
The man behind the questionnaire also wanted to know what movie or TV character his matches identify with the most, adding: "-100000 points if you say someone from Friends and I'll probably un-match you."
The man appeared to also want to test his matches knowledge of tech and crypto, asking them if they know what a blockchain is.
At the end of the questionnaire, participants were asked to rate the survey.
Optional answers included: ''What a waste of time, I don't even like you,'' and ''I was sitting home watching Love Island with a glass of wine in my pj's complaining about why I'm single, so I had nothing to do''.
"Yo drop the link into your bio so we can all fill it out" asked one user in the comment section.
Others were divided in opinion over the questionnaire with some users just commenting with red flag emojis. One user wrote: "I’ve seen these be cute/funny before and this was absolutely not that."
Some commented in defence of the anonymous man, with one adding: "My toxic trait is that I like filling out forms so much I would do it and ask for the data after."
"I’d honestly love this" added another viewer.
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