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Occasionally, on Tinder, you'll meet someone you don't actually want to meet. If the feeling isn't mutual, some creativity is often required to let someone down easy while still having a good time. Twitter user Hannah has mastered this art. When she realized Patrick wasn't someone she intended to make real contact with, she fooled him in a brazen way.




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Hannah managed to convince Patrick that she couldn't call him...because she had the same phone number that he did.


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Twitter couldn't believe Patrick fell for the scheme, which makes no sense if you think about it for even a second.


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Many remembered a famous scene from the legendary second season of Spongebob Squarepants:



A few readers thought Hannah was mean for fooling a guy who was just looking for a date on a dating app.



But fear not! Hannah later texted Patrick to make amends...though it still took him a while to realize he'd been bamboozled.


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And now we know what to do the next time we're in Hannah's situation, with a Tinder match we're just not that into.

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