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(WJBK) - A Michigan State University student is going viral all thanks to a girl who turned him down for a date.

Twenty-one-year-old Joey Adams says he asked out a girl who asked him if he had a dating resume.

He says he was surprised that someone even reached out to him on Linked In.The others are "See You There" (which lets you arrange quick dates), "Voice" (which allows you to send 60 second audio clips), and integrations with Instagram and Spotify.And it's all part of a continued push to grow worldwide — they currently have 33 million users in 40 countries and have recently expanded into India.Dating apps in general have begun to feel increasingly like games — especially the swipe based that many users use more for a quick ego boost or just a way to kill time — but happn's founder and CEO Didier Rappaport told He insists he is firmly anti-swipe.As he explains, “We are talking about a human being behind the picture.It includes details like "makes great small talk with parents," "drives in style via 2009 Honda Civic,"and "has no Tinder record."He even details how he spends his time, including academics, religious functions, Facetiming his mom and running his dog's Instagram and Facebook accounts.

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