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These ‘Tinder Nightmares’ are So Terrible They Made a Book Out of Them

Since Tinder was launched in 2012, over 8 billion matches have purportedly been made. Though many connections have materialized into meaningful relationships,  some turned out to be nightmares.

Instagram account Tindernightmares documents those cringeworthy and often hilarious exchanges for their 1.6 million followers. Creator Elan Gale has even released a book collecting some of the best Tinder nightmares.

High Schooler Creates Heartbreaking Tumblr of the Last Text Messages People Ever Sent

Text messaging is one of the main ways people communicate with each other in this day and age, so it’s not uncommon that some people’s last exchanges happen via text. Whether their last words were over a heartbreak with an ex-lover or a casual conversation with a deceased relative, text messages have a way of revealing the circumstances surrounding these exchanges.

An insightful 15-year-old student at Ohio Virtual Academy, Emily Trunko, has created the Last Message Received Tumblr. The Tumblr allows users to anonymously submit and talk about the last messages they received from ex-friends, ex-lovers and people who have passed. Trunko told BuzzFeed Life she had given those experiences some thought before creating the site:

One Video Perfectly Sums Up How Dumb Texting and Driving Is

In 2012, a video of Belgian student drivers screaming in frustration over the difficulty of controlling a vehicle while messaging short phrases via cellphone proved that texting while driving was an awful idea.

From 2013 ro 2016, traffic accidents have remained the top cause of death for teens in America, according to the National Center for Health Statistics at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

New Controversial Startup Service Lets You Ask a Black Person Anything

How long does it take for a black woman to straighten her hair?  Why are so many black people good at sports? And what do most prefer to be called, African American or black?

If you’ve ever wondered such questions but were too afraid to ask because you didn’t want to be offensive or, worse yet, seem racist, there’s a controversial new service that caters to your lack of cultural ignorance.