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06-Jul-2017 04:38

He wanted to go out to eat, and then maybe to the Top of the Rock, so that Thursday night we met in front of the school, where the Ram Van had dropped him off.

I saw him and walked up to say hi, pretty happy about the fact that I have once again avoided being catfished.

Like I said, I have never received a reaction like that before. I’ve taken a few journalism classes but I don’t remember us ever going over the moral code for reporting on Tinder dates.

I went on Tinder that very night and saw that he had unmatched me. Should I tell these guys before the date the reason why I’m on Tinder?

How do you decide when someone's going be a top and when someone's going be a bottom? If you're like myself, you lean toward one (in my case, that's bottoming), but you're not opposed to both.

Let me tell you why: So it’s the end of the night, and we are waiting in front of the building for the last Ram Van to come and take him back.

That’s when I realize I haven’t told him about the column yet, and I feel a little guilty.

Every single guy that I have met up with so far has asked (usually mid-date) why I’m on Tinder, and I am always honest: to go on dates so I can write about it for my column in the student newspaper.

The reaction has ranged from “wow, that’s really cool,” to “oh, crap, are you taking notes right now?

Basically, it all comes down to someone's preferences.