Here’s how it went down: Garner posted the popular LinkedIn-Facebook-Instagram-Tinder meme using four different photos of herself. She chose a very business look from Alias for LinkedIn, a smiley nature shot for Facebook, a super-glam image in a gown for Instagram, and a photo of herself paddle-boarding for Tinder. “Yes ma’am, @dollyparton, whatever you say. ♥️,” she wrote in the caption. (Parton had also posted the meme in her own feed.)
Someone commented, “I would have switched the Instagram and Tinder pics,” to which Garner jokingly replied, ”Shoot, is THAT why no one swipes?” That’s when Cameron dipped into the mix, writing, “I’m still swiping right.”
Garner did not respond to him, so I don’t really see this going anywhere—though it will certainly get people talking. Though, to be fair, these methods have worked for Cameron in the past. His brief relationship with supermodel Gigi Hadid reportedly started after he slid into her DMs.
Garner isn’t the first A-lister to joke about a Tinder profile recently. During his SAG Awards acceptance speech, Brad Pitt said he was going to have to add the accolade to his Tinder profile. That being said, Garner appears to be more focused on family and work than on online dating.
“I’m loving working on Yes Day right now for Netflix. It’s a movie that I developed and producing as well as am in, and I couldn’t love it more. I couldn’t love the process more. And just more of the same," she told People. “If I could be lucky enough to have another year with three healthy kids and my own house and parents and sisters and nieces and nephews and friends and we’re all going through whatever, but we’re all still chugging along and finding joy, then okay. That’s good enough for me.”
Originally Appeared on Glamour