Double your dating internet
Whether you’re an OKCupid addict who can’t help writing 5,000-word explanations of your favorite books, or a Tinderholic who swipes left with the unsparing air of a French revolutionary, join us in exploring this brave new world of phone-based seduction.
When people say “online dating,” this is what they mean.
Our dates were lively and fun, and he was really cute.
It had been ages since I’d felt that way about anyone, and I was so happy and relieved.
You’re here, I know, because you’re holding onto hope by a tiny little thread.
Dating is, perhaps, the only activity you get a reputation for being good at by being bad at it.
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The lack of profiles on Tinder turns out to be its most salient feature.
It means there isn’t a lot to distract you from your mission of swiping through as many suitors as possible, but it also means when you do get a match, attempts at conversation can prove unfruitful.
(Paradoxically, someone who was great at dating would not need to go on many first dates.) Fortunately for the rest of us, a new generation of Internet entrepreneurs has arisen to make finding love – or at least, finding someone to make out with – as easy as firing off a Snapchat.