With the emergence of dating apps like Tinder, OKCupid, and JSwipe, meeting people and going on dates has become easier than ever. However, people are still picky as shit, so it can be slightly difficult to choose amongst the cohort of options.
Turns out humans are not the only animals to experience this. A gorilla at the Louisville Zoo seemed to take human form as he looked at a dating app with a trainer.
As the gorilla looks at pictures of female gorillas, he gestures with his hand in something that seems to indicate a swipe. “Next,” mimes the gorilla. He can’t be satisfied.
Dude was showing the gorilla pictures of female gorillas and he for real is like "next one please" pic.twitter.com/o2FPjCJPMb
— Sierra Anderson (@Sierra_2015) November 12, 2017
The gorilla hilariously resembled most of us on dating sites and people freaked out:
Swipe right, meh, swipe right, meh, swipe right… holy bananas swipe left!
— HartfordBoost (@HFDSneakerPlug) November 13, 2017
Those better be +18 gorillas man
— ωєєbεtaѕ (@weebetas) November 13, 2017
That gorilla was like “bruh” pic.twitter.com/bikgvKEZeI
— Rock N. Paige-Turner (@DHfromtheV) November 13, 2017
“You keep showing me dubs, where all the bad gorillas at bruh?”
— El Gran. (@JustoATL) November 13, 2017
Some people spoke the truth:
That gorilla probabaly has a better love life then all of us 💀
— Amelia Bocanegra (@amelialara18) November 14, 2017
This is how planet of the apes start 😂
— Barça (@SocialBarca_10) November 14, 2017
Why do I get the feeling the gorilla's mother sent this dude to see if she could secretly sent him up with a female?
— jason rankin (@elvispeacock04) November 14, 2017
Uhhh, too much chin hair
Nostrils too big
Really dude? You see that unibrow?
Arms too long
— Maxine Shawls 🧣 (@ginandtectonica) November 13, 2017
My dude out here choosing 😂😂😂✊🏾 Harambe would be proud
— El Segundo (@TheRealObi_1) November 14, 2017
Wishing the gorilla luck in his romantic endeavors.