Something tells me it's not going to work out with Claudia, but she might want to rethink things here. Claudia said it wasn't awkward and they got along well.
For those of you who are lucky enough not to be familiar with life on the Tinds, swiping left means turning someone down.
'First off my name is Hayden and I made a rookie mistake on Tinder.
That's what this one Missouri State University student Hayden Moll did when he mistakenly swiped left on a girl named Claudia when he meant to swipe right. By swiping left, he got rid of Claudia's profile forever. The age next to her name was 20 but in her bio it said she was actually 18 but she didn't know how to change it.
"I accidentally swiped left on a Claudia's profile (left is bad) and I really wanted to swipe right", Moll wrote in his email. The pictures she provided had some with her friends and her mom in them.
"If you're interested we could totally get some doughnuts or something but if you choose 'left" that's cool too. If you're looking for more concrete advice on exactly how to become someone's Claudia, she offers it in her Twitter bio: "Check your email often".
'If it's none of you Claudias and you know even more Claudias spread the word please. With only a first name to go by, Moll found 22 Claudias in the MSU email database. It would be much appreciated! The real Claudia finally caught wind of his efforts, but instead of contacting him privately, she put him on blast on Twitter.
And followers of the would-be romance soon flocked to Twitter, keen to find out the outcome of the flirtation.
The man asked the Claudia to email him back with a simple answer: "left" or "right".
You know the scenario - in a fit of being a Picky Pauline, you left-swipe every possible option as you delude yourself into believing the "perfect match" will appear like a star in a cloudy sky.
Social media fans are waiting with bated breath to know if the two did indeed go on a date.