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Now, is that fair that you’d be blacklisted for something you did at 17?
I think it depends on exactly how bad your treatment of her was — there are some things that would be bad enough that you shouldn’t expect it to be written off even a decade later.
I ultimately didn’t get it, but the interview went well enough they encouraged me to apply the next time they had an opening.
Then an acquaintance who works at the company called me up and asked if I wanted to get coffee.
Ultimately, it’s not so much about whether it’s fair (it might be, it might not be), but about what is and how you respond to that.Tinder's home screen scans your location for people anywhere from 1 to 100 miles away.Once the list populates, you can swipe through and 'like' or 'dislike' someone by either swiping right or left, or by cliking the heart or the 'x' buttons. If you're swiping through too quickly and accidentally swipe 'no' to someone you wanted to swipe 'yes' to, there's no way of getting that match back.I think sending a genuine apology and then moving on from this company is your best move here, as frustrating as I’m sure that is.The Holy Father has been very good in lecturing priests and telling us what to do.
I can't say much about the quality of people you'll meet, but Tinder does everything it can to make the process of meeting new people easy.