They say that sometimes the wrong train will take you to the right destination. It seems like this guy who matched with a girl on Bumble who’s a web developer is a strong subscriber of the opening line.
Sometimes you get such crucial information about someone by asking ice-breaker questions that you can’t help but think of extracting benefits. You know, it’s not easy to find a decent web developer.
This time, an ice-breaker question turned into a deal-breaker. Funnily enough, this Twitter user had an idea of what was coming next the moment she said she was a web developer.
Life of a Developer ft. @bumble pic.twitter.com/lEhFk1hqc4— Pratim🥑 (@BhosalePratim) May 4, 2022
I mean, if LinkedIn can find people matches, why can’t it be vice-versa? Here’s how Twitter has reacted to this:
😂😂😂😂 not a single place left huh https://t.co/gN1YDJtKir— Whysorush (@rushabhshah5516) May 4, 2022
Perfect @peakbengaluru moment https://t.co/cYLD5G8I6G— Debdut Goswami 💻 (@debdutgoswami) May 4, 2022
So I can get clients this way? Niiiceeee https://t.co/yN9k0kOTAG— 𝐃𝐚𝐦𝐢 🔅 (@Dakitianthm) May 4, 2022
Well, they always said, “boys only want one thing” 🤣— Abhimanyu Shekhawat (@abshekha) May 4, 2022
I hope you find someone worth building a website for, soon 😉— Harshit Jain ⚡ (@jain_harshit) May 4, 2022
Switching from Bumble Date to Bumble Business in a chat itself.— Devdatta Puntambekar (@DevoceanWarrior) May 4, 2022
Lolll ppl should start freelancing on bumble 😂😂— Uzair Ali 👽 (@uzaxirr) May 4, 2022
Also read: This Desi Dad’s Reaction To His Daughter Hiring People From Matrimonial Sites Is Just Hilarious
Who said people sign up on dating apps only to find love, some also find web developers.