A woman on Tinder who was probably constantly getting hit up for nude pictures (also known as: a woman on Tinder) strung together a bio letting people know that if that's what they were seeking, they were better off looking somewhere else. Anything has the ability to go viral on any day. On this day (or, more accurately, a few days ago) it was this profile intro:

If you don't want to zoom in on your phone, the write up reads:

"On the topic of nude pics: I just want to remind everyone of a little movie called TITANIC. A girl in 1912 has her naked body drawn in a sketchbook by a random dude that no one’s ever heard of, locks the drawing in a safe on a boat, the BOAT SINKS, and her nude pictures STILL ends up on television 84 years later. No one is safe."

That's, uh, kind of funny. I guess.

The 20-year-old reference to a 100-plus year old event was well received by Twitter who saw the logic that any nude can come back to bite anyone, again, at any time:

Not sure if this applies to everyone who's ever modeled nude for an artist or not.