Social Experiment Shows True Side Of Men. Wait Until You See What Happens.

I think a lot of women have been wondering how fickle men are and I think we just found out.

As most of us already know, men are totally focused on how someone looks over any other details. Even though we all know that what really counts is the inside right? Hmm… I guess not for most guys.

At least from what we can see these guys really didn’t enjoy meeting a large lady when they thought that they were talking to a smoking hot gal on Tinder. Kind of reminds me of the movie Shallow Hal.

In the conclusion of this social experiment a slim blonde model named Sara arranges dates with several guys on Tinder.

Her profile depicts her on the beach in a smoking hot bikini and other pics of her seductively gazing at the camera. All in short, these guys were hooked from the

But wait until you see how see looked when she showed up for the dates, completely different.

What Sara did was she put on a fat suit as part of a social experiment that was thought up by YouTubers Simple Pickup. They are a group that is convinced that any guy can get a date with a girl – and then they waited patiently for the guys’ reactions.


I think most guys would have been outright surprised at the whole switch up that they experienced but more sadly they were just totally rude to the poor lady.

Everything started out polite with the guy saying: ‘You look a little different than your profile picture.’

It quickly declined into the guy just being flat out rude.

One guy asked: ‘Are you pregnant?’

Another one noted that she must ‘like to eat’.


Most of them just end up leaving and some even aggressively accusing her of ‘lying’. One guy even had the nerve to pull the ‘I’m going to the bathroom’ line – of course never coming back.

The one that did end up staying (whom wasn’t that polite) got to see the big reveal of who she really is. We assume he was the one the got the girl.

The same group ended up doing another experiment with a guy in a fat suit but the results were dramatically different.

By Hannah Jones

Hannah is a Manchester based writer who has spent many years studying and working in the field of journalism and psychology. Hannah enjoys swimming, meditation and dog walking. Her favourite quote is, 'If it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you.'