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In this photo illustration, the dating app Tinder is seen on the screen of an iPhone on August 14, 2018 in Miami, Florida. The co-founders of Tinder and eight other former and current executives of the dating app are suing the service's current owners for at least $2 billion.

A woman was left outraged and unimpressed after a man she matched with on Tinder sent her a link to a dating application form.

So, what else is a girl to do but make a TikTok to expose such ridiculous behavior? That’s exactly what @rumourhasitvintage did, sharing a screenshot of her match, who messaged her a link to his Google Doc form. “Guy on tinder sent me a literal application,” the overlay text on the video read, along with the TikToker appearing unamused as she also showed what she wrote to him in response: “It is you who should be filling out an application to speak with me, sir.”

“I can’t make this up,” the TikToker captioned her video, with Britney Spears’ “Toxic” fittingly playing in the background.

Wondering what questions the Tinder match had on his dating application form? Some were the standard pieces of information such as name, relationship status, employment and height. However, there were some very specific questions thrown in there too such as “Which LotR (Lord of the Rings) movie is (in your opinion) the best one?” and “What is the blockchain?”

One question that doesn’t seem to match the prior two questions is when he asked, “What’s your favorite Justin Bieber song and why isn’t it Sorry?” However, he is most certainly not a fan of the TV show Friends, which many people on dating apps announce their stance on the show: “What movie or TV character do you identify with the most? -100000 points if you say someone from Friends and I’ll probably unmatch you.”

Watch the TikTok below:

As the TikToker scrolled through the form, she clearly was irritated and can be seen rolling her eyes at the different questions. Since posting the TikTok last month, she has received over 42,000 views, along with plenty of comments who agreed with the TikToker’s stance that the guy’s dating form was offputting. One person said, “I’ve seen these be cute/funny before and this was absolutely not that,” to which they replied: “I have never seen this before and never want to see it again.”

Another person hilariously wrote, “100% he’s just trying to find out what block chain is without having to admit he doesn’t know.”

“no intro, no hello, just the link…. and the form is way too long! some can be cute but not this,” wrote one person, while another was baffled the woman clicked the link with no hesitation writing, “I feel like part of me died that you clicked on a link sent by a stranger.”

Some people were all for the guy’s sense of humor, with one person commenting, “I’m so sorry but this is hilarious and exactly my sense of humor.”

One person was pro-form, writing, “My toxic trait is that I like filling out forms so much I would do it and ask for the data after.”

“Yo drop the link into your bio so we can all fill it out,” another person suggested.

Someone else added, “okay but he is right. sorry is the best Bieber song.”