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Man gets his ex-girlfriends to review him on Tinder


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One unlucky in love 26-year-old has spruced up his Tinder profile by asking his ex-girlfriend’s to 'review' and rate him as a boyfriend.

Washington-residing Jake Chapman had the intriguing early morning (1am) plan of getting his ex-girlfriends to write a line about their experience of him and give him a rating out of 1 to 5 stars, to be used on his Tinder profile in-order to attract future matches.

Luckily his experiment (which saw his profile captioned, ’Real ex-girlfriends give Jake a ****[four star] rating’) didn’t have the disastrous reaction that some may have expected it would.

Chapman told BuzzFeed News that “I just wanted to put up an honest view of what my exes thought of me, with just a bit of being smart-a** about it” and said on Reddit that his plan “worked out exactly as I thought it would. One ex won’t stop texting me now, and the others hate me even more then when they left to begin with.”

This “ex that won’t stop texting” Jake is ‘Taylor’ whom he broke up with on New Year’s Eve 2008, and whom sent her own private four and a half star rated review to Chapman via text which read, “He’s got a job, condo, dog, fast car, can cook, good with his hands :) and is a complete sweetheart. The only thing keeping me from trying to be with him is 1,155 miles.”

Three hours after sending Jake this review, she told him that she had broken up with her current boyfriend and had booked a flight from California to Washington in an attempt to see if it would work out between them after all.

Taylor told Buzzfeed: “Jake and I have known each other for over five years and he’s definitely ‘the one that got away.’ I don’t know what the future has in store for us, but I’m excited to fly up and find out.”

Chapman has since received multiple responses to his ‘experiment’ from other men who have asked their ex-girlfriends for dating reviews and ratings, some in the hope of finding a similarly romantic (we hope) ending.

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