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The side arguing that it was false — chief scientific advisor Helen Fisher and Ok Cupid vice president of engineering Tom Jacques — brought hard data.
They easily won, converting 20 percent of the mostly middle-aged audience and also Ashley, which I celebrated by eating one of her post-debate garlic knots and shouting at her in the street.
published “Tinder is not actually for meeting anyone,” a first-person account of the relatable experience of swiping and swiping through thousands of potential matches and having very little to show for it.
“Three thousand swipes, at two seconds per swipe, translates to a solid one hour and 40 minutes of swiping,” reporter Casey Johnston wrote, all to narrow your options down to eight people who are “worth responding to,” and then go on a single date with someone who is, in all likelihood, not going to be a real contender for your heart or even your brief, mild interest. ), and “dating app fatigue” is a phenomenon that has been discussed before.
Even as they’ve lost much of their stigma, dating apps have acquired a transitional set of contradictory cultural connotations and mismatched norms that border on dark comedy.
Last month, I started making a Spotify playlist made up of boys’ choices for the “My Anthem” field on Tinder, and wondered if it would be immoral to show it to anyone — self-presentation stripped of its context, pushed back into being just art, but with a header that twisted it into a sick joke.
What a considerate and logical thing to do.” Because, uh, what do I know about how anyone should behave?