Yesterday, writer Beth McColl asked people on Twitter to share the pettiest reasons for swiping left on someone and the answers did not disappoint.


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Here are some of the best ones:

#1 People that share the same name as a family member
I‘ll also almost always swipe left on anyone with a sibling’s or parent’s name, though I will permit them to have my name?
imteddybless / Via twitter.com

#2 The Office fans
Any mention of the show “the office” gets a left swipe
It’s a good show but I don’t wanna “be the Pam to your Jim”, Jason.
erin_why / Via twitter.com

#3 Athletes
I swiped left on anyone with a pic of them playing a sport because I refused to entertain the idea of eventually having to go watch their games
jizzfreeficus / Via twitter.com

#4 These particular readers
His favorite books were all business advice and declutter your life and try a new diet stuff and I just felt tired.
sosomanysarahs / Via twitter.com

#5 Complainers
Complaining about girls that wear a lot of makeup.
giajordan / Via twitter.com

#6 Gym rats
It usually wouldn’t take long for me to start getting irrationally angry at people who put “gym” in their bio – it’s not a personality trait stop this !!!!!!!!!!!!
nnataliedormer / Via twitter.com

#7 Harry Potter fans
Harry Potter train platform photos
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#8 Sapiosexuals, and others
Any mention of the word “sapiosexual”, “fluent in sarcasm”, listing their height, followed by “sInCe ThAt MaTtErs”. How do you know that that matters to ME, Tyler? How do you know?
Adiahadiaha / Via twitter.com

#9 Rock climbers

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#10 Snapchatters
If they have their snapchat handle in their bio I assume they’re a fu*kboi so I swipe left lol don’t @ me
MauraLarshall / Via twitter.com

#11 People with exciting lives, lol
I immediately swipe left on anyone who’s life seems too exciting because I’m too tired for that sh*t
wallacec42 / Via twitter.com

#12 Unfunny Star Wars fans

KeepItPositivee / Via twitter.com

#13 Fishing enthusiasts
Anytime they have photos holding up a fish. I’m not opposed to fishing in theory but I don’t want to participate or even talk about it.
jleighcampbell / Via twitter.com

#14 Tongue sticker-outers
sticking their tongue out in photos. I hate it, I hate it so much
SUPERORBITALcos / Via twitter.com

#15 Cowboys
I swipe left on guys for wearing cowboy boots/cowboy hats in their profile. Idk if that’s petty but it’s not rational either
mcauleyflowerr / Via twitter.com

#16 “University of Life” alums
They had “university of life” as their education.
girlfantastico / Via twitter.com

#17 Camo wearers
People wearing camouflage.
weequay1189 / Via twitter.com

#18 “Doggo” lovers
She used the word ‘doggo’ in her profile.
PHT_10 / Via twitter.com

And, just, all of this
* “What you see is what you get”
* “Partner in crime”
* “Fluent in sarcasm!”
* “Work hard, play hard(er)”
* “Wine/gin o’clock!”
* “Must be taller than me!”
* “Looking for a REAL man, they don’t seem to exist these days”
* “I need a man, not a boy”
* “I like my heels!”
nonswearyphil / Via twitter.com

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