I couldn’t get a single match on Hinge – until a guy pointed out my profile mistake

ONE hopeful single got the shock of her life when she found out why she wasn't getting any matches on Hinge.

She was actually only getting matched with "gay men," much to her confusion.


Kelcey Bligh was both shocked and amused when she was informed of why she was only matching with gay men on Hinge.

Sharing a video of a screenshot of her exchange with a man on the app, Bligh showed her TikTok followers exactly how the issue was resolved.

Bligh's big mistake was revealed to her when Erik wrote her: "Hello, your profile is set to man btw haha.

"I'm gay and you came up BUT I'm about to move to WeHo and work in med device sales so we should connect."

Taken aback, Bligh responded: "HAHAHAHAHA THANK YOU."

Commenting on her beauty, the man kindly responded: "Hahaha no problem you are stunning though."

Some people in the TikTok comments unfortunately could relate to Bligh's blunder.

"That happened to me and I just gave up and deleted all my dating apps," one wrote.

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Another with some sound advice stated: "I did this on Bumble when I first got it.

" FYI, in case anyone else makes this mistake, they do allow you to change your gender, but only once."

Previously, another woman had an odd dating app experience when her Tinder match openly body-shamed her.

On her TikTok, Em Sumners uploaded a photo of a conversation between her and her at the time potential beau.

Things got off to an odd start when the man started the conversation with the following: "Hey baby put that down that cupcake and sprint to my house."

Incredibly confused, Sumners tried to find out what he meant by his cupcake comment, expressing her uncertainty with the famous side-eye Chloe meme.

Super rude and forward, Sumners's match responded: "You look like you hide cupcakes in your bedside table."

"The f**k is that supposed to mean?" Sumners questioned.

"It means you’re slightly obese," the man brashly responded.

It wasn't the first time Sumners had unpleasant experiences with men on dating apps.

On one occasion, a guy didn't take long to get to the point when he asked if she wanted to come over to his place and "f**k" just seven messages into their conversation.

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Another invasive man had asked: "What's the size on those melons x."

One to look on the bright side, Sumners has referred to those experiences as "character building."


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