Obviously we've joined because we're single, not because we thought it was the Domino's app.
You can then go out for vintage Sauvignon Blanc, stroll along the East River and tell your friends how impressed you were when she started spouting off the principles of French Impressionism, but who really wants any of that?
Most guys I know are content looking at the cleavage shots, and in the case of a match, asking the girl if she wants to meet up and grab a beer.
After a casual date or two, the expectation is that you’re going to get laid.
I expected the world from Tinder when I first started.
If you want to increase your success rate on places like Tinder, Hinge, or Ok Cupid, avoid some of these common faux pas: Writing a message that simply says "Hi" It doesn't leave much room for conversation, plus it's too generic.
We know you're copying and pasting this "blah" introduction over and over.
I joined Tinder last month at the insistence of my friends.
Before I downloaded the app, I had no clue what it was, but listening to my buddies raving about it, you’d think it was the second coming of Facebook.
I wasn’t that desperate, and losers met girls online. More often than not, this wasn’t the case, but in my first week on Tinder, I gained quite a few matches -- 20 or so.