If Classic Authors Had Tinder

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Considering the impact it’s had on our society, it’s amazing to think that Tinder has only existed for something like .0000001% of human history. I mean, before Tinder, how else was I to swipe listlessly through blurry mirror selfies of dudes with trucker hats? It’s a total game changer.

But it’s a game changer many a person missed out on—like, for example, these classic authors.

Topics: Books
Tags: dating, shakespeare, charles dickens, emily dickinson, jane austen, classic literature, edgar allan poe, oscar wilde, social media, f. scott fitzgerald, jack kerouac, mary shelley, charlotte bronte, tinder, herman melville, franz kafka, cards on the table? we'd swipe right on franz kafka

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