Instead, she searched online and eventually settled on one that had her skin tone and looked 'cute'.
She then downloaded Bumble, a dating app she chose because it allows users to send pictures within the app, instead of having to move to actual text messages.
A few others were less obscene — but no less unintentionally comical — in their replies.
A man named Andrew told her quite simply that the 'lighting is a little off', while Lachlan fired back with: 'Nice.
Since then we don't know where he is.' Ritchie said An Vinh Nguyen was reported missing by his family on April 1. Detectives have not determined a motive for either crime and have not ruled out whether they were targeted due to their sexuality.
He said they could possibly be dealing with serial killers.
It’s just so much easier to open up the app on your i Phone.
But rather than continue to moan about the seemingly never-ending stream of 'd**k pics', the 27-year-old decided to flip the script, sending pictures of a vagina — which she found online — to 40 men she matched with on the dating app Bumble and documenting their reactions for Thrillist.
Far from being met with the same shock and revulsion that many women express in similar situations however, the Los Angeles resident was surprised to find that every single one of the men who responded wanted to meet her, with several returning gross and often hilarious replies.
According to the FBI, serial killers will have murdered at least three people with a 'cooling down' period between each crime.
The two suspects may have been using gay chat sites to target their victims, both of whom were Asian males.