It was a spur of the moment lie and now we can’t go back.
My partner and I met on Tinder. While I don’t really mind how we met, lately I’ve felt as though he has a huge problem with it. We’re both in our twenties and arranged to meet after chatting on there for a little while.
I had been convinced by a few friends to get onto it after I hadn’t been in a relationship for some time. At first I was concerned because I knew it was notorious for being a ‘hook-up’ site. Something that I wasn’t really interested in.
But after being on there for a few weeks, I already had heaps of matches and was talking to a lot of guys. But this particular one seemed much more serious. We organised to go out for dinner and to start off with, it was a bit weird for both of us. It was obvious this was new territory.
But we hit it off and began dating.
We haven’t been together for very long, only a few months and all of my friends know how we met. I updated them regularly on how my Tinder rendezvous was going.
Yet after a night out with my partner and his friends, it became very clear he hadn’t told any of them. It was his mate’s birthday so he told me to come along. I began chatting to a group of girls who he knew while he went to the bathroom. Then within minutes he had navigated himself over to my side and put him arm around my waist.