I like how easy it was to see who I had in common with my date.
Bumble offers the perfect platform for me to meet potential dates.
I feel like a lot of the guys I match with on Bumble are in my same situation. It's also a really hard place to meet people because there are SO many people.
Bumble seems to attract the type of guy I'm attracted to in general, relatively preppy, good looking, successful.
The guys aren't just looking for a hook up or a one night stand like on other dating apps.
I can't be passive and wait for dudes to message me because I literally have to be the first one. I usually end up getting the most dates on Tinder over any of my other apps.
It's also upping my texting game because you've got to be clever to get someone decent to want to hang out. That being said, I probably talk more to people on Ok Cupid, but the chances of me meeting up with any of them in real life are slim. I've honestly never found it to be "the hookup app", but that's also not what I was using it for.
What are you trying to prove with your paragraphs of text?!
I had a great experience on a new-ish dating app, The Dating Lounge.
There's a lot of debate around how effective dating apps are.
You've heard they're the death of romance, they are all about hookups, they make people less likely to settle down, etc..
I had hoped that paying for Match would garner better results, but instead it's only offered the same cheesy pick up lines and same guys I'd already heard from on other dating apps.