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Someone On Tinder Is Pretending To Be Ed Miliband And It’s Pretty Filthy

The Labour leader’s doppelgänger would like to build a randier society for all. (A bit NSFW.)

1. Someone on the popular casual sex and dating app Tinder is pretending to be Labour leader Ed Miliband.

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And this person is trying to use the power of Miliband to seduce people in the manner of a One Nation lover — while knocking a few years off Ed’s real age.

Tinder works on a location basis so whoever is pretending to be Miliband is within five kilometres of Westminster. Several other people have previously spotted fake Ed on the service.

2. One would-be dater, who shared the screengrabs with BuzzFeed, swiped right after seeing Ed’s face. They soon found themselves being chatted up by Miliband’s rhetoric.

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3. The conversation started off fairly tame.

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4. Then they discussed the great economic issues of our day.

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5. Ed Miliband’s political positioning was debated.

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6. Then the importance of the famous Labour whipping operation comes into play.

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7. As well as the potential for a stimulus package.

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8. But it quickly gets lost in the discussion of parliamentary procedure.

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9. Some kinky role play involving House of Lords reform is suggested.

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10. Even though the commitment to real reform is questioned.

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11. And then it just goes very, very dark.

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12. Well done, person pretending to be Ed Miliband on Tinder.

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Jim Waterson is the U.K. Deputy Editor and is based in London. Waterson focuses on politics.
Contact Jim Waterson at jim.waterson@buzzfeed.com
 
 
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