A few months ago I went to log into my tinder app and was immediately locked out. I wasn’t immediate deterred, and so I rebooted the app only to learn that my worst fears had been realized. I had been banned from tinder. This was especially inconvenient because I was in the middle of several conversations and had plans to meet one of my matches for tacos. Not only did this ban prevent me from forging a strong romantic connection over some delicious high-calorie Mexican cuisine, but it’s also isolating me from a community of eligible singles in my area, rendering me socially ostracized from all swipe-related activities. As a millennial I have absolutely zero social skills outside the safety and comfort of a mobile networking platform, so you can imagine the inconvenience this has brought me on my quest to find true love. I tried downloading bumble in attempt to feel something again, but the swipes just didn’t bring me the same satisfaction. I crave the emotional validation gained from a new tinder message. I urge you all to find it in your hearts to repeal my life-ban. It’s the right thing to do.