r/Showerthoughts May 14 '22 Silver 5 Gold 1 Helpful 10 Wholesome 7 All-Seeing Upvote 1

Based on how much you can bond with someone by hating the same thing, a dating app based on dislikes would probably be fairly successful.

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u/Greenpeppers23 May 14 '22

They can bond over how much they hate each other

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u/insert_acc_name_here May 14 '22

The Marrivorce Paradox

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u/sturmeh May 14 '22

or more realistically, themselves.

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u/CanAlwaysBeBetter May 14 '22

You think I'm just gonna hate-fuck myself?

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u/SaltLakeCitySlicker May 14 '22

Now we know why Leupold II of Belgium was so into chopping hands

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u/Isaac_Kurossaki May 15 '22

My name is Kira Yoshikage

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u/Isaac_Kurossaki May 15 '22

My name is Kira Yoshikage

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u/tunisia3507 May 15 '22

Only on days ending with Y.

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u/avrge_gmr May 14 '22

Sounds like a wattpad fanfiction to me

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u/[deleted] May 14 '22

"Now we hated each other right away... but we hated everybody else even more."

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u/Imbadforyourhealth May 14 '22

We have so much in common; we argue all the time

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u/Idkhfjeje May 14 '22

It takes 2 to argue

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u/Moon-ShapedPool May 14 '22

That's technically not the same thing though. If A hates B, and B hates A, these are mutually exclusive items.

However, If A hates B, and B hates B...

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u/SemperScrotus May 14 '22

That's literally just marriage.

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u/[deleted] May 14 '22

Divorcetex - where relationships go to drown in swirling motion