While it’s easy to go on record and say that Tinder sucks, and didn’t work for you, let’s just take a step back.
In the age of advanced technology, we’ve become so good at looking Perhaps it’s time to focus less on deceptive pictures and one-line bios, and commit to finding someone based on shared interests.
She readily joined the app but set herself a few rules.“I started Tinder as a social experiment” is what a lot of people tell you when they download the app.And like everyone, social media manager Darren got on the Tinder bandwagon to meet people and potential dates with similar music tastes.But despite these numbers, it’s unclear if online dating is any more effective than, or really any different from, meeting someone offline.In many ways, online dating resembles offline dating — the resulting relationships are no different. So why do so many millions turn to the Web to find love?“How do you expect me to keep positive going through so many profiles like this?I would think they’d at least put an effort in the writing part,” he adds.They want to settle down with the first person they hit the right chord with.And that’s how people use Tinder wrong,” she says confidently.After weeks of this routine, Darren slowly began to lose interest in the following up and swiping — and began to grow resigned and detached.His hopes of finding true romance on the platform backfired and he was back to what he did on Tinder B. — single without any dating prospects, and a touch of sadness.