A funny Instagram account is sharing dating disasters and hilarious openers people use on popular app Bumble.
Instagram account ‘Overheard Bumble’ takes submission from people of their conversations between matches on Bumble.
The dating app follows a similar structure to Tinder where people can swipe left or right on someone, but it is on the women to message first.
The account has more than 45,000 followers as people react to the conversations potential dates have on the app.
‘Overheard Bumble’ Instagram account takes real submissions of funny pick-up lines and dating fails from the dating app. One person asked someone out to get a drink and was shut down after they learned the person was only 20
Honesty: One person admitted they took their time and is ‘why I’m late’
One hilarious conversation started with the pick-up line: ‘On a scale of George Clooney pre-Amal – 10 how ready are you for a relationship?’
The second person responded: ‘Taylor Swift’.
It is on the women using the app to message the person first if they want to chat with their match.
No stage 5 clingers: One guy wanted to know what the other person was looking for in a man. They responded ‘something between stage 5 clinger and emotionally unavailable’.
Out with a bang: One person experienced a dating fail after their match couldn’t meet up because they got bangs. ‘Overheard Bumble’ has amassed more than 45,000 followers
The pressure is turned to the woman to come up with a clever way to start the conversation.
One dating fail happened after someone asked their match if they wanted to get a drink sometime.
The match responded they were only 20 years old, so then the person offered to get hot chocolate instead. The plans were thwarted again after the person responded they were also ‘lactose intolerant’.
To which the person replied: ‘This is the most drawn out rejection ever.’
Dominant: each person admitted they were going to try and ‘exhibit dominance’ on their date
Poem fail: One match was not impressed after their person recited a poem about sex
‘Overheard Bumble’ account Instagram started in October 2017 and has since amassed more than 45,000 followers.
People can submit their own funny conversations to the account if they have had an interaction they think others would like.
In a recent submission, one person asked their match: ‘So what are you looking for in a guy?’
The person responded: ‘Something between a stage 5 clinger and emotionally unavailable lol.’
The account has posted more than 100 different interactions of people who used the dating app.
It is unclear where all the matches are located, but there appears to be a lot of submissions from California, New York and London.