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The 7 ‘Sex and the City’ Guys You’ll Meet on Tinder
One of the many reasons Sex And The City stands the test of time is because it tells the universal truth about what it’s like searching for love. And, with the vast number of men available on dating apps, the odds are pretty good that you’ll come across eligible bachelors who are similar to the show’s iconic characters. Naturally, most of us are hoping for a Mr. Big, but let’s be honest—many of us get Berger-ed, or worse—Mr. Funky Spunked.
On that note, here are seven iconic Sex And The City guys you’ll meet on Tinder—plus real women’s experiences dating them.
1. The Richard Wright
He’s good looking, he’s successful, and he’s constantly on the prowl. No, really, constantly. So, even if you mind-blowing sex like a true Samantha, you can best believe he’ll be swiping when you go to the bathroom at dinner.
“I met the guy of my dreams. He was handsome, wealthy, and slick. I desperately wanted to believe he was as into me as I was into him. But I had a nagging suspicion…I checked his phone. He was on Tinder and Bumble…and the messages. Let’s just say he was parking his penis in at least five other ports.” — Larissa, 26
“My friend and I were at brunch catching up on our dating lives, and we both were so happy to have met guys we liked. When my friend showed me her guy’s picture, I thought I was slipped something in my avocado toast. We were dating the same man. I was like, ‘WTF?!’ I’d like to say we did some girl power trick to teach him a lesson, but instead we both were so weirded out. It was competitive for a hot minute, and then we realized there were probably many other women. We both decided to ghost him.” — Maggie, 29