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The annoying thing is that the app doesn’t allow you to look at only one geographical location, so even though I live in New York, I still have to sift through prospects in Los Angeles, London, and other cities.The other con is that it costs a month, but I figure that’s like two cups of coffee, so it’s not a big deal to me.The Date: I’ve had quite a few bad dates, but one of the worst began on a high note. I’m old-school, and I love it when they aren’t afraid to be old-school too. After pulling my hand away a few times and a few back-and-forth rebuttals, we finally decide on an overrated café in Santa Monica.So this date starts by him calling and saying he’s going to pick me up and take me out (YAS, finally a man with a plan). I give him detailed directions on how to find me, he gets lost, and Until I find my hand suddenly being rubbed against his face—why, I do not know. He insists on hanging out longer after eating, but I make him walk back to the car.It makes it easier to avoid the weirdos, and it makes me step up my game.Also, there’s a feature in the app that allows you to match with friends.
The guys are way, way cuter on Bumble; that being said, I’ve had more solid relationships/friendships come out of Tinder than Bumble.
But once we got to know each other, I found out he used to be a drug addict, which really scared me away from dating for a while (I ended up ghosting him because I couldn’t handle it).
But when it comes to dating online or in person, you have to take the same stance that you would expect your father to: Don’t take any crap, and always remember that the good ones take time to find.
This app is the pioneer of swiping, which in its own right gives it a five out of five.
That being said, Tinder is overrated: There are the ads, the inability to swipe backward, and almost The Dating Pool: I give it a four out of five on a REALLY good day, but most days it’s a one.