A would-be Tucker Max who wrote a tell-all memoir about his Tinder adventures apparently found the tables turned on him by the women who were unknowingly part of his book exploits.
Hunter J. Pennington (which, with the middle initial, is exactly the type of name you'd expect to see under the title "Balls Deep: Confessions Of The Tinder Swindler") independently published his
book "Homeric odyssey" to show that "the uncertainty of every ambiguous TinCounter is not for the faint of heart." You might think it doesn't get worse than consciously deciding to type out the word "TinCounter," but it gets worse.
According to BroBible, Pennington put a bunch of the women from his Tinder-assisted trysts onto one group text, so that he could brag about the book.
Then, in a true example of shameless self-promotion, Pennington emailed BroBible more screenshots of the chat, showing the "Eskimo sisters" circling the wagons and taking turns burning him.
That was just a sampling of some choice cuts — head to BroBible for the entire NSFW exchange. (We'd like to believe these are real, not just more examples of Pennington's literary efforts.)