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Alexandra Daddario Uses Tinder Incorrectly

Alexandra Daddario is one of the stars of the upcoming Baywatch film, which is on track the best one of the best films ever.

When you’re an attractive person in Hollywood, dating can be tough. Some people date those who still live with their parents. Daddario tried a different approach. As she explained to Women’s Health, she tried using Tinder.

“I date, but I’m really nervous around boys. I get very tentative,” Alexandra admits. At one point she signed up on Tinder—”I thought, Maybe I’ll meet the love of my life there,” she says, laughing. “But people have recognized me and it’s embarrassing.”

No, Alexandra, what are you doing? If you want to date and find the love of your life through an online dating service, you use Match. If you want to have a one-night stand or get hit on by creeps, you use Tinder. How come no one explained this to her? No woman has ever said the phrase, “I met my husband on Tinder.”

I’d actually like to see a conversation between a celebrity and a random person on Tinder. Post your conversations, Alexandra. Make your whole Tinder experience worthwhile for all of us.

Since Tinder, shockingly, didn’t work, Alexandra tried a different approach.

“I’ve gone on yoga dates with guys, which I love. They might get grossed out by me because I sweat so much, but that’s how you know if they’re a keeper.”

Yes, I’m sure a hot girl sweating and doing yoga is a major turn-off for all men everywhere. I worry about Alexandra. She doesn’t understand Tinder and she thinks doing yoga and being sweaty will gross a guy out. She probably thinks the guy is actually listening when she tells them the plot to Baywatch as well.

The real story in Women’s Health is about Alexandra’s workout to get in shape for Baywatch. But I’m going to teach her a valuable lesson right now. We just want to see the pictures. Men suck.

#tbt blue steel-ing it up at the beginning of our shoot in Miami @therock Photo: @hhgarcia41

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