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This is why both Tinder and Ok Cupid (and, I presume, all other platforms of this kind — I can only speak of the two I know) work better as booty call centers than the romantic matchmaking machines some of us would like to see them as. My point is, no matter what you’re looking for, there’s something for everyone on these apps.
It may not be what you wanted — not even what you , what everlasting building of character it brought me!
I seriously could not be more grateful to dating apps for having allowed me something I had less of a 1% lifetime chance of getting myself into.
What’s more, they even presented him to me again the next time I used Tinder the first time I used Ok Cupid (we had a 93% compatibility, BTW — pretty sure his ascendant’s to blame for that 7%) — just in case I’d suddenly hit my head on a very hard rock, realized he was the one that got away and prayed every night for a renewed chance at multifaceted abuse, I guess.
I love my comfort, my cat, my regulated temperature, my peace and quiet — my video games, my books, my movies and TV shows; quite frankly, they are pretty much all I think about whenever the concept of “evening” comes to mind.
Did you know George Frankly has been in a lot of random shows? I'm usually pretty socially awkward and kinda introverted.
Unfortunely, it had been a bit too long since my last time reading , and I probably could not fully appreciate the beauty of the offer. You know what they say: there’s always next psychopath.
Which brings us back to February/March of the current year, a time so happily full of bad pick-up lines that I’ll gladly illustrate it for the benefit of the world. Psychopath even got rid of my amazing older samples from previous incursions, which is just downright depressing.
Of course, there’s a problem with infinite choice: it makes us picky; and pickiness, in turn, makes us miserable.
Very interestingly, it has indeed been proven that abundance of choice and happiness are often inversely related, and the fact that arranged marriages are more likely to develop into lasting love is a common claim.