No match on the Perfect Match: Tweeps frustrated with the lack of love

No match on the Perfect Match: Tweeps frustrated with the lack of love

The recent episode of The Perfect episode left social media users wishing they had done something else with their time.

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The show, which follows singletons in their quest to find love, had zero matches on Wednesday night’s episode and it had tweeps thinking they wasted their time watching it.

So, in true Black Twitter style, tweeps took to social media to share their frustration with the match making show that failed to do exactly that, TimesLIVE reported.

“No perfect matches today? What a waste of an episode ... ninezibindi yhooo... how can they so no to these hot ladies? Are they blind? #perfectmatchmzansi”, Luleko N. Sikunjana wrote.

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Briefly.co.za learned tweeps felt one guy’s cheesy pickup line was his downfall. Fans of the show were shook when one guy used a cheesy pick up line on his date.

"Is your mom a terrorist cause you're the bomb”, he asked his date.

Well, at least this week there were no guys trying to find a side chick. As Briefly.co.za reported previously, on last week’s episode a man tried to find another bae despite already being in a relationship.

According to the aspiring polygamist, having one bae was not "cool", so he needed to find him another one.

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