Most people I polled agreed, but a few deranged dare devils said they'd swipe right.
Plus your feedback, etiquette salute and a Postscript segment from Emily Post Dan and Lizzie take on your questions about cutting in line, being asked to sing duets, declining seconds and revealing personal changes to friends.
Plus your most excellent feedback, etiquette salute and (spoiler alert) a postscript segment on spoiler al The Posts take your questions about sending late engagement gifts, people who talk too much about themselves, a mother-in-law not respecting names, and another question about ordering pizza.
So, like Emily Post for fucked-up online dating scenarios (and with the help of some anonymous twentysomething Tinder users), I've devised the most proper game plan for all your most awkward Tinder encounters. You start sweating because OHMYGOD, did they see you too? ARE YOU ALLOWED TO BE ON TINDER, IS THERE A CLAUSE IN THE EMPLOYEE HANDBOOK THAT YOU MISSED, OH GOD.
My opinion on this is to swipe left faster than you've ever swiped before (As someone who's never been dumb enough to make this mistake, do you sleeping with your boss is a wise choice? ), and then maybe dig a hole in the dirt and bury your phone in it.
But with so many people on Tinder, it's inevitable: You are going to see someone you know.
And for both your sakes, you better have an action plan in mind when that day comes. So you found your boss on Tinder, there he/she is — five hot-ass pics and a quippy bio that's only two sentences long but still somehow reveals too much.I mean the straight up screaming into the phone like it’s paper cups attached by string or something. Sure, it’s possible the invite sunk to the bottom of an overcrowded in-box.Regardless, the lack of common courtesy literally boggles my mind!Plus feedback, a friendship focused etiquette salute for the week and a Postscript segment on On today’s show Lizzie and Dan tackle your etiquette questions about merging traffic lanes, sharing office space, inviting bad guests back again, and sorry but we're talking about saying sorry.Who pays for a date in the online dating world, especially who pays for the first face-to-face meet?Would def feel like seeing your math teacher in the condom aisle of Walgreens — but then also like if that math teacher had a basket full of Magnums and asked if you were fully stocked on lube.