In the fast-paced world of modern dating apps, a 20-year-old guy named Rohan from Gurugram has taken an unconventional approach to finding love. Rather than crafting a typical bio focused on hobbies or interests, Rohan is on the lookout for someone to teach him Data Structures and Algorithms (DSA) in the C language.
The viral Tinder bio reads, “Looking for someone who can teach me DSA specifically in C language. Also, there’s this problem about Bubble sort which I am not able to solve. It’s working when I give a hard-coded array, but when we generate a random array, it’s not working. I’ve been stuck with it for the past 3 days. Please swipe right only if you can help me. Also, we can get coffee while we are at it.”
Shared on social media by the handle ‘hajarkagalwa’ with the caption, ”Tinder is wilding fr,” Rohan’s quest for a coding tutor has captured the attention of netizens.
The post has garnered amusing responses, with users joking about using Tinder for unexpected purposes. One user suggested, ”If your partner asks why you have Tinder on your phone, just let them know the truth, that you want to help people with DSA.” Another humorously remarked, ”LinkedIn is the new Tinder and Tinder is the new LinkedIn.”
This unconventional approach to networking is not isolated, as the trend of people leveraging dating apps for various purposes beyond romance continues to rise. From apartment hunting to job searches, individuals are finding creative ways to connect. In a similar incident, a tech-savvy woman in Bengaluru previously used a dating app to seek assistance with a coding issue she had been grappling with for three days.
In a world where swipes can lead to more than just romantic connections, Rohan’s quest for a DSA tutor stands as a testament to the evolving landscape of social platforms and their unexpected uses.