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Clever guy uses a weird duck story to get a girl’s number on Tinder.

Creativity can be really charming.

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Today’s dating scene is a lot more about swiping than courting a potential partner. Tinder is a simplistic dating app were all manners go out the window and everything is about instant gratification. Swipe right, swipe left, match, get the digits, set up a date, sleep together… then what?


Well, this guy has shown that Tinder dates can be romantic with his funny and intriguing story about a duck – all to get the girl’s number. His creativity charmed her enough for her to hand over the digits.

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Photo Credit: Reddit, u/mattythegee

Photo Credit: Reddit, u/mattythegee

Many people applauded his creativity and are thinking of trying it out for themselves.

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Take note gentleman (and ladies)! This is a game changer.

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