Single nurse, 25, asks men on Tinder the SAME question in an amusing experiment and they all answer VERY differently – so who would you choose?
- A single Australian woman posed the same question to numerous men on Tinder
- Chloe Burns, 25, asked each of her matches: ‘Why aren’t we dating yet?’
- The nurse captured their replies and showed them to the world in a TikTok video
A single Australian woman posed the same cheeky question to numerous men on Tinder as part of a social experiment that drew drastically different responses.
Chloe Burns, 25, messaged each of her matches on the app asking: ‘Why aren’t we dating yet?’
The nurse captured their replies and showed them to the world in a video uploaded to her TikTok account, @burn4chlo.
Confident singles immediately turned the question back on Chloe by asking her out.
‘I don’t have a good reason but I think we should start right away to make up for all the lost time,’ one wrote back.
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Australian nurse Chloe Burns (left) asked her Tinder matches ‘why aren’t we dating yet?’ (right)
The 25-year-old single (pictured) captured their replies and showcased them in a TikTok video
‘I don’t know I think I love you baby. Let’s go on a date, this weekend,’ said another, while a third replied: ‘We’ll need to go on a date first.’
A fourth added: ‘Why don’t we start?’
Others tried to woo her with humour.
‘You know Chloe, any answer I give is just going to be an excuse,’ one man wrote.
‘I’ll launch a full investigation as to why not. I’ll have my people contact yours,’
Chloe captured the replies and showed them to the world in a video uploaded to her TikTok account, @burn4chlo
Viewers thought Chloe should go on a date with this man for his witty response
Some said they had been biding their time until Chloe messaged them first.
‘I’ve been waiting forever,’ said one.
Meanwhile one man played it cool with a suave come back.
‘Could ask you the same thing,’ he said.
The video, which has gone viral, racking up 223,000 views since it was posted online on June 19, sparked widespread praise.
‘Don’t mind me while I literally do this right now,’ one woman replied.
Chloe encouraged her to do so, saying it is ‘such a good opener’ on dating apps.
Other viewers urged Chloe to go on a date with the man who told her he would investigate why they hadn’t met in person yet.
‘Clearly the winner there,’ said one, while another added: ‘Coming in strong with a tactical response.’
But it seems none of the conversations resulted in anything more than idle chitchat.
Chloe told Daily Mail Australia she is still speaking to ‘a couple’ of the men on different social media platforms but has yet to go on a date with any of them.
‘Most of the guys didn’t reply to my next message after it or the conversation just died. You know how Tinder works!’ she said.