When early man was driven to invent the first form of communication, either through primitive cave art or a typewriter or whatever was popping 2.8 million years ago, he or she likely dreamed of a brighter future full of continual innovations. This future, they often thought aloud, would make it possible for the legend of the "Super Like" to finally be proven true.

While Elon Musk is busy trying to colonize Mars to save mankind from a certain Interstellar fate, the true innovators over at the popular hookup app known as Tinder have finally made good on mankind's promise to achieve maximum thirst potential: the aforementioned "Super Like." The feature is designed for those (surely rare?) moments deserving of something a bit more definitive than a simple right-swipe, assuming you don't experience this level of match satisfaction more than the allotted frequency of once a day.

The popular hookup app (they love it when you call them that!) will initially debut the new feature in Australia, followed shortly after by the rest of the world. "Because they’re so limited in number, a Super Like, or a 'swipe up', sends a more powerful signal, conveying an especially high level of interest," Tinder CEO Sean Rad tells Wired UK. "People like to know that someone finds them special, and we think this will lead to even better matches."

FWIW this is what the Tinder fungus looks like: