THE GUARDIAN - July 7 - Scouring photos for a conversation starter has become standard on Tinder, as a woman's viral post about toilet paper proves. Hana Michels, a comedian and writer from LA, who shared a screengrab of her Tinder profile to Twitter, found that a lot of men whom she matched with weren't interested in her at all but in her toilet paper holder. She had been chastised by 23 men in a year for the direction in which her toilet paper was facing. On apps like Tinder, you're expected to start a conversation with very little to go on. As such, mise-en-scene trawling has become an essential way of opening a dialogue. Tinder users admitted to scouring the backdrop for conversational fodder.