Whether you’re looking for love or something more… casual, Tinder has become one of the premiere, or at least most convenient, destinations. At the very least, it can be fun to go on and see the nearby people you could meet. Seth Rogen is a happily married man, but doesn’t mean he shouldn’t get to have fun. To take adultery out of the picture, Rogen took over a Vanity Fair staffer’s phone and swiped away in an effort to find love for the young lady.
The experience was up and down. During one stretch, Rogen encountered a string of guys he described thusly: “Douche face; douche face; not cool; weird picture; square head; nah, fam.” He also had some less-than-kind words for Dee (pictured above): “That’s a weird… It’s so, like, I’m sorry Dee, but who in their right mind puts this picture up? This is it? It’s so crazy.”
But there were some high points: Rogen summarized the experience by saying, “We found you a very nice clown, he seemed very handsome and nice, and you have a conversation going.” He also deduced that you can keep a Tinder conversation going even if you just continually respond, “Nah fam.”
Celebrities have sort of been flocking to Tinder lately: Eric André and Hannibal Buress, also for Vanity Fair, recently swapped phones and swiped their way through people, asking for their credit card numbers and other casual first date-type information. Check out both videos, and maybe use them as a how-not-to-do-it example.
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