Two In Three People Have "Ghosted" Someone They Were Dating
There are a plethora of dating apps and social media platforms, yet one would-be casanova decided to shoot his shot via a less obvious avenue.
His target, TikTok user Hannah Harmelin, posted about her surprise after the unidentified MBA student sent her a chat-up message via LinkedIn. Yes, that’s right, the business and employment-focused networking site.
Hannah shared a screenshot of his DM, which read: “Hey Hannah–skipping the line on a dating app and coming straight to you.
“Aggressive move, [I know, I know.] Life’s too short not to go for what I am highly interested in.”
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“It’s the ‘kind regards’ for me. Keeps it classy,” one commented.
“Maybe I’m just toxic but I’m obsessed with this and you should definitely give him a chance lol,” wrote another.
A third pointed out that he'd sent the message at 12am – so was it possible that he was drunken LinkedIn scrolling? That’s got to be a new one.
Others were less impressed by his approach, with one describing the message as a “red flag”, and another writing: “My rage would never. I would say LinkedIn is not a dating site it is a place to find a job.”
All we can say is, he got her attention. So, in that sense, job done.
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