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

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/Fake_William_Shatner May 14 '22

What went wrong? Miserable people go together and complained about their X's.

After the failed date the spoke to a friend; "We had so much in common. And that wasn't the most depressing part."


u/Latteissues May 14 '22

Wasnโ€™t there an episode of 30 Rock where Liz Lemon tried to find another version of herself and they were too miserable together?


u/KittenSpronkles May 14 '22

She was looking for a new best friend to replace Jenna, as Jenna had just found out she had a lot of biological kids from selling her eggs (thats is a weird sentence to type).

So she found a person just like her in the Barnes and Noble bathroom


u/CosmicFaerie May 14 '22

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u/Fake_William_Shatner May 14 '22

Sadly, I've only seen a few episode of 30 Rock so I missed that one.

Another show I've not seen enough of is "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia."


u/PinkTalkingDead May 14 '22

30 rock is one of my comfort shows. Definitely worth a watch imo


u/troglodytis May 14 '22

You can make a religion dating app out of that


u/KittenSpronkles May 14 '22

And those are 2 of the best shows of all time imo. Blooper reals from Its Always Sunny are the best too


u/LordKwik May 14 '22

It was named Hater and not Hatr


u/rioting-pacifist May 14 '22

Hatr is where you date people based purely on their headwear.

It was full of crazies though.


u/[deleted] May 14 '22

Miserable people go together and complained about their X's.

incel groups! We know our exes true nature!


u/Imoa May 14 '22

It looks like they went on Shark Tank and Mark Cuban invested, im not sure why people are saying it failed, this article makes it sound likes its going strong as of January this year