Guy Sending Unwanted Dick Pics Gets Taste Of His Own Medicine

I have said this over and over and over again. To the point where if you are still sending girls your dick pic without them asking for it… YOU ARE A LOST CAUSE. It never goes well. A dick is a dick.

Now girls are so sick of getting them they are letting you know before it happens to NOT HIT SEND!

One idiot still tried to break the code and get his dick in there. It did not end well…

This Woman Threatened To Send Any Man’s Unsolicited Dick Pics To Their Mom And One Guy Tried Her…

Madi Kohn believes she was able to track down, and message, the mom of one man who sent her a dick pic. “Girls are better stalkers than the FBI,” she told BuzzFeed.

Madi Kohn is a 20-year-old Arizona State University student. She told BuzzFeed News she has received a disappointingly large number of unsolicited dick pics from strangers — not unlike a lot of women on the internet.

“I’m not the first person to receive things like that and it’s not been the first time,” she said.

“I’m just tired of people in general thinking they can send things like that without repercussions, and they think it’s OK.”

To address her frustrations, she wrote a disclaimer on her Tinder bio for men who may be thinking of sending her pictures of their penises: “If you send me dick pics I will send them to your mom,” she wrote.

One dude took her up on the challenge…

“He was sending kind of creepy and kind of gross and annoying things to me,” she explained. “He finally sent me his lovely dick picture — he sent it to me at 6 a.m. in the morning.”

Kohn said she saw the direct message while she was at work, and “got so heated.” She then thought, “I’m going to live up to my Tinder bio.” So she went on the user’s page and noticed a full name in his bio. (The user has since changed his account name and removed his last name from the bio.)

She said she then searched for this name on Facebook, and one result seemed to logically match up.
Kohn said there were only a few profiles with his full name, and only one in Arizona (and in a city that was next to hers).

“Because Tinder has a distance range, and based on his location, I thought this has to be guy,” she said. “He had his family listed, too.”

Kohn said she had done enough “stalking” to determine one of the family members linked was “without a doubt his mom.”

Staying true to her word, Kohn proceeded to send a message to the woman she believed to be the guy’s mother. She included a screenshot of the user’s dick pic, along with a message asking her speak to her son about this behavior. “I tried to be civil when I wrote the message to the mom,” she said.


According to Kohn, she actually heard back about a day later. The woman apologized both in Spanish and English, writing that she thought her son is typically a good guy, but that she’ll speak with him about this.

Kohn believes that until this point her Tinder bio had deterred some guys from sending her unwanted photos of their genitalia. “But I’m still surprised some guys are testing it and pushing it to the limit,” she said. She hopes this can officially show men that she, and other women, are serious about this issue.