Dating site ‘Tinder’ files international lawsuit against having threesomes (well, at least through an app)

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London, England - Know a couple looking for company?

Well, there's an app for that. Yeah, an app for finding threesomes!

It's called '3nder' and its mission is to help you date "kinky, curious and open-minded humans."

But not so fast, people!

The dating giant, Match Group, which owns the dating site 'Tinder' has filed an international trademark lawsuit against 3nder claiming that their name just sounds too similar and that it gives them an unfair advantage-- and not just in the bedroom.

Hey, everyone knows that three's a crowd, right?

Well, the folks at 3nder are fighting back by asking their members to tweet pictures of their dirty socks to Tinder with the hashtag   #TinderSuckMySocks.

Yeah, guess they have a fashionable fetish for dirty laundry.

But the founder of 3nder claims his company is being wrongly attacked and that the name came from combining the number "three" with "friender."

So who will win this ultimate dating "name game?"

With an international court, it's anyone's guess.

But if 3nder does get subtracted, just remember a little wisdom from Three Dog Night: "One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do."