Why this man is hoping for right swipes on Rakshabandhan


The man shared the post involving Rakshabandhan and Tinder on Reddit.

Rakshabandhan is just around the corner. Expectedly, brothers and sisters are gearing up to celebrate the festival. However, what should you do if you don’t have a brother or sister to celebrate the festival with? Well, this Reddit user seems have found a bizarre solution to this problem. He claims to have turned to Tinder for a way out.

“Tinder during Rakshabandhan?” the Redditor wrote as the title of the post. “I have felt the FOMO for most of my life during Rakshabandhan as I do not have any sister. No one to tie me Rakhi and me gifting them stuff,” he wrote. He went on to add how he used the dating app for a solution. “Anyways, since last 2 years I have been putting the bio as follows during 2 weeks before Rakshabandhan: ‘Looking for a sister to hangout during Rakshabandhan’. Thanks to Tinder, now I have like two sisters both of whom I met on *tinder,” he added. He even mentioned his plans for the festival this year.8

Read his entire post below:

Since being shared two days ago, the post has accumulated more than 500 upvotes. It has also prompted people to share their reactions through the comments section. “I laughed too hard on this one!” posted a Reddit user. “Bhai Bumble Friends use karle,” suggested another. “Tinder pe behen dhunde gaya tha? Seriously,” wrote a third.

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