If you're anything like me, you've probably thought of Tinder as the quintessential hookup app. The first of its kind. Just swipe right, swipe left, harmlessly reject some guys, count other cuties in. It's like sorting socks into two piles. It's so easy... and yet to many, so sleazy.Read Full Story
The results you've been getting from your online dating profile can be summed up in two words: crickets and tumbleweeds (wait, that's three). Sure, your profile describes you perfectly, but it' could be riddled with scary red flags that are filling potential suitors with sheer terror.Read Full Story
Do you ever feel like you're speaking a different language than the guy you're into? He says he wants to hang out again... but then he never calls. Or maybe you think it's a casual fling... and then he brings up introducing you to his mom. So confusing! To see if he's about to ghost you, so you can dump him first — or if he's planning to propose — consider this your personal decoder for dudes.Read Full Story
"I'm too pretty for dating sites" — I mean, who says that?! No one does, it turns out, except for the Daily Mail who used the phrase in the headline of their article about Paula Jayne Allen, a woman who wrote in after reading an article in the same paper about a woman who chalked up her bad online dating experiences to being plus sized.Read Full Story
You know what annoys me about Tinder? Poor people, like all those commoners who make less than $250,000 per year. It's just so cumbersome to weed through all those losers — like teachers, lawyers and graphic designers — and all that swiping left makes my thumb ache. As I recline on my chaise lounge with a golden goblet of Evian, I often think, "Won't someone solve this Tinder poverty problem for me?"Read Full Story
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