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I promptly get trigger-happy and tick "yes" to a local lad who “likes” me too. Maybe I'm being a tad picky for someone using a free hookup app?
On closer inspection, his pics are all selfies, which screams "I’m vain and don’t have any friends to take pics of me.” Another cutie introduces himself with a coy "heyyy" (words are stretched out on Tinder, for some reason – "How are you? ") but I note his height in comparison to his friends in group shots. Tuesday My sociopathic curiosity and appetite for constant validation are fuelled by Tinder's addictive swipe function.
Users could reveal themselves and unblur their images." data-reactid="26"This isn't the first app that tries to move away from liking or disliking people based on attractiveness.
Another British app which did the same thing was Fuzzy Banter.
” What more modern way to make that most basic binary decision of whether you want to shag someone than a game of real-world "Hot or Not"?
It seems northern men are better at smalltalk and far more fond of vests.
When you depart from more densely populated urban areas, you have to cast your geographic net wider. Bye." But up here I find myself more forgiving of the profiles, pouncing on any within a 30-mile radius who seem to have the slightest grasp of grammar.
Social media has made us expert first-daters, well-versed in smalltalk and over-sharing with strangers.
The quick follow-though from swipe to sex is similarly instinctive for a generation with an appetite for immediacy.