You know that scene from Star Warswhere they walk into a bar full of seedy looking characters, strange monsters and overly aggressive males? That’s my impression of Tinder. You see a lot of weird s**t on Tinder. But now, by the grace of God, something divine has come upon us.
2. Jesus Is Single And Ready To Make An Honest God-Fearing Woman Out Of You
Okay, I gotta give it to this Tinder Jesus. His profile is full of great Christianity-related puns. One teeny weeny mistake though. He’s aging himself far beyond his years. "Several" denotes more than three, so Jesus would just be a “couple” thousand years old.
I would have put “my dad is a pretty big deal, but we don’t talk much these days,” see Matthew 27:46.
This girl’s name is Juju. She lives in the Boston area, and she was so into this Tinder Jesus that she super-liked him on the app. The two of them matched and sparked up a convo in the messaging section of the app.
God (literally), every word out of his mouth goes back to being a Jesus pun. Juju was interested in a date with this guy, but at some point I’d start getting sick of the gag and want to know if this guy was for real.
Juju posted snaps of her conversations with Tinder Jesus on Twitter, and soon the images went viral. Shortly after Juju’s post, other women started replying to JuJu with their own conversations with Jesus. This girl Denise was really into it.
Hmm…Conversations with Jesus. I’m pretty sure I’ve seen that title in the Christian self-help section in Barnes & Noble.
As funny as some of his one-liners are, you can tell by the conversations that he reuses a lot of his material. I thought Jesus was supposed to be full of infinite knowledge. He should at least have more than a handful of pick-up lines.
At least this girl, Grumpy Bug, called him out for comparing her to water. Does he mean to say that he walks all over women?
The Huffington Post found the guy behind Tinder Jesus. He prefers to remain known as Tinder Jesus because he doesn’t want to give up the gag just yet. Tinder Jesus is actually a 21-year-old college student from Lafayette, Louisiana.
“I’ve gone out with five women [since] joining Tinder a month ago,” he told The Huffington Post. “They expected me to be a player, but I’m not. I’d like to find the right woman, but I’m casting a wide net.”
Tinder Jesus says that he is “very Catholic” and felt some reservation about creating the profile. But really, how “very Catholic” can you be if you’re telling girls they could “use a little bit of Jesus” in them?