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There's this weird serendipitous moment where the two phones touch each other, and the electricity and chemistry begins to flow! Dating is no longer about flirting, and all about Tinder-ing!
Tinder just capitalized on the way we've become as a society.
It's as if we have WANTED posters around now: Wanted: "Blonde girl in their 20s," or "Wanted: Fit guy." Call me old fashioned, but what ever happened to that amazing moment where you bump into each other in the supermarket or meet at a party, and start connecting?
What happened to the days where we didn't walk around with our phones to see if we had any Tinder matches?
If I paid her she'd let me watch her on cam for 15 minutes!
This girl makes a fortune and she doesn't have to advertise or anything.
And women are inundated with responses from men non-stop. You're young; it's all a bit of fun and superficial. Now we're so driven by technology, you can spend your life "talking" to people on your phone or computer and never actually see anyone.
I've even seen two people texting each other on their phones and then bumping into each other in the street.
She'll get all the men who basically get shut out and frustrated by the whole process.
The amazing thing about Tinder is it meets men's need for instant gratification. These were real women men could look at, and fantasize about meeting and sleeping with.
These were pictures of real women (or they appeared to be! They're local women who logged into the app only a few hours ago. Picture after picture, and you don't even have to read the descriptions.
I can only imagine how many heart matches women get. Then again, I saw women very close to my age and they still didn't respond.
Men probably sit their heart matching every woman on there, hoping one will get back to them. They were probably swamped by every man within a five-mile radius of them.How many of you have become frustrated and disheartened by it all?