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“Another problem I have [with] Tinder is how badly people ‘advertise’ themselves there,” Darren says, showing me some of the profiles he came across.
He’d look forward to waking up the next day with a list of matches and deliberate a little before initiating conversation, mostly asking about their music tastes.
Go to the gym, go to after work mixers, talk to people at the supermarket and cafés, meet friends of friends, go to gallery openings, get rejected in real life, go out there and fail — practice patience, understanding, listening, and relationship skills. Or you know, be pro at Tinder and never have your heart broken by silly boys and girls who never reply you.
After a rough breakup last January, I was sad and single in the Big Apple.
It always feels like a one-sided conversation,” Darren says, “It feels like a very prolonged session of small talk which I hate.” What was most disappointing, he said, was that the failed conversations from his matches just spurred him to do more swiping, this time without going through the bios but just by judging the photos to widen his pool.
There was just no sense of progress being on Tinder.