Move over Tinder, there's a brand new dating app on the scene.
The app "Hatred" launched today and matches people based on the things that annoy them the most.
The app creators say people bond more closely over the things that irritate them, more than their shared likes or interests.
Users are able to indicate a range of things they hate then they're shown people in their area with similar dislikes.
The most common hates on the app are Donald Trump, slow drivers and mosquitoes.
But selfies also feature high on the list of dislikes.
"What we hate is an important part of who we are, but it’s often swept under the rug in our public persona," Brendan Alper, CEO of Hater, said in a statement. "We want people to express themselves more honestly. Plus, it’s easy to start a conversation with someone if you know you both hate pickles."