‘They’ll Know What I Mean,’ Says Man Putting ‘Goofball’ In Tinder Profile After Forgetting Word For Psychopath

‘They’ll Know What I Mean,’ Says Man Putting ‘Goofball’ In Tinder Profile After Forgetting Word For Psychopath

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1/19/2022 7:00:00 PM

‘They’ll Know What I Mean,’ Says Man Putting ‘Goofball’ In Tinder Profile After Forgetting Word For Psychopath

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