According to extremely unreliable data, 165% of Britons have a problem with your dating profile pic.
There are a few rules by which we must abide. One seems to be that an adult must never order from the kid’s menu. To that, I say baloney…with fish fingers.
Should there be laws to prosecute lying on a dating app?
The habitual crimes of Glenn Antony Hartland, aka the “Tinder rapist”, highlight how easy it is to be punished by the system before being freed to reoffend.
In the realm of online dating, there are those who operate only to serve themselves. This is especially true of the guy who faces prison for leaving his dates to foot the bill.
I’m a person of brains, wit and empathy. I have a solid career, I speak to my mum regularly, and I go off in the sack. Too bad I’m short. Right?
Well, the leadership challenge plot thickened, NZ did bad and one New Yorker used Tinder to rip of ‘The Bachelorette’. Beware the ides of Pete. And Tinder.
Recently, I was asked to spy on a close friend’s close Tinder date. I agreed, but now hope I don’t have a case of Tinder Transmitted Disease.
According to one study, there’s a very good reason why you’re still single – you’re not being realistic.
The modern dating world is a place of division. Not a criticism, I think we should have more of it. Why settle?
Dates, app memberships, Ubers. The monetary cost of dating in the modern age is spooling out of control.
According to a new study, the longer you Tinder the more likely the app will change how your brain literally operates.
Internet dating is a hollow place, and this especially goes for Tinder. However, over in the US, you can pay people to do it on your behalf. But please don’t.
Over in the UK, one rejected Tinder date exhibited some premium adulting, asking his date to refund the solitary drink he bought. Sigh.
Sunday. A day to reflect how we survived the week that preceded it. Hurricane Irma led the way, but there were enough winds of change, schadenfreude, and pity to go around.
That thing we all do now has a label. ‘Kittenfishing’ is the official term of misrepresenting yourself online as a way to hook bae. Not that there’s anything wrong with that.
There’s a seismic shift afoot in the dating game, with the expanded access that social media grants us, it seems that online stalking is the new wave.
Tinder users can expect an entirely new experience, as profiles will now be rated between one and ten and matched to only those who share the same number.
Finally, an app that matches disgruntled singles, not based on shared values but on mutual distain. “Hater” is looking pretty enticing – at least, to those not too bitter to entertain such technology.
Ooh, Thursday. What happened while you were asleep? Emma Watson spoke eloquently at the UN, North Korea became less mysterious and your sexual prowling received a soundtrack. Huzzah.
After a recent study found most men swipe right to EVERY WOMAN and only 53% message the person after being matched, we speak with a Tinder user who has a numb feeling of familiarity.
It was a historic week. One in which nothing was solved. Racial hatred split streets in Dallas, and opinion remained thusly in our election.