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As a former “Bachelorette” contestant, Garofola knows he has no problem scoring with women — he goes on up to five first dates a week, which he says usually include a drink or two and nothing beyond a goodnight smooch on the cheek.
But in the past two months, he’s been feeling spent by the mating game.
Sure, the numbers are in their favor: A survey by NYC’s Economic Research and Analysis group found that young single women in Manhattan outnumber single men nearly 2 to 1 — and it’s pressuring NYC’s most eligible bachelors to be on the prowl, even if it’s not what they really want.
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“It can be mentally and physically exhausting, and I start to question the time and money I’ve spent,” he says.
Garofola isn’t the only guy who is fed up with playing the field.
One possible reason for this is that Tinder became mainstream faster than Bumble.
While both were started with a heavy focus on college campuses, Tinder moved on while Bumble seems to still see colleges as an important focus in the key to long term growth.
And if the daily use numbers are any indication, this strategy is working for Bumble, as college students probably spend more time inside dating apps than the general public.