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Friday, May 30, 2014

Tinder Nurse Deals With Lame Pickup Lines in the Name of Health

Posted By on Fri, May 30, 2014 at 10:52 AM

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This may be the most creative way to get men to visit the doctor -- if it works. For the month of June, "Nurse Nicole" is taking to Tinder in NYC to swipe men into health. Why?

We received a press release this morning, stating, "'You should probably get that checked out.' It's a suggestion most men don't take seriously in regards to their personal health... unless it's coming from a cute nurse."

We're not really sure about that, but if a cute nurse who "loves dogs, warm weather, and spontaneous decisions :)" can get someone to the doctor who needs to go, then we're all for it. Conversing with men about the usual Tinder topics, the nurse turns the conversation towards testicular cancer, colon cancer, and heart disease. Sexy!

Also, some of the conversation excerpts are pretty good. To see Nurse Nicole's conversations with men on Tinder, check out

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