Tinder is just a tool -- a portal to connect and introduce you to others.But it's the biggest and baddest on the playground. XOXO So, people are aware of Tinder's "hook-up" reputation, yet they are still willing to try the application hoping to connect with someone who is also looking for a serious relationship. There's plenty of discussion about the "seriousness" of mobile dating apps.If someone makes you uncomfortable, un-match them, report the issue and move on.If you're single and looking, keep an open mind and check it out. moved from Washington, DC, to Columbus, Ohio, she didn’t know much about the city, specifically where to go to meet new people, so she reached out to the folks on Yelp for help.She explained that she wasn’t a registered student yet, so connecting with people in class wasn’t an option.
that is, if you agree with the September article by Nancy Jo Sales, "Tinder and the Dawn of the 'Dating Apocalypse." Not convinced? If someone you like also swiped right on your photo, the app immediately informs you, "It's a Match! The Appeal If you've familiar with online dating, you may wonder what the appeal is, and how you can find someone worth your time given what little information the app gives and requires. The app is simple, easy on the eye and feels like a game. It's a matter of choosing whether to swipe left or right. You'll rationalize your swiping decision based on age, distance and a short bio (if included). Swiping left or right depends on how attractive you find a candidate, and that's pure emotion. If you believe the hype and speak to the wrong people, you'll be convinced that Tinder is just another hook up app. Almost 60 percent of all women who wrote a narrative in their profile included a reference to NOT wanting a hook-up. But you'll find just as many interesting, attractive and successful people who are only interested in a committed relationship. What happens after you're matched, depends on you and your partner.
And if you're in the game, don't you want to play with the best?
Tinder is simple, quick, fun and free -- and everyone seems to be doing it.
Luckily, several locals jumped in to offer numerous suggestions, including Jessica H., who invited her to an upcoming event with her friends at the Bluestone concert venue.
Columbus has a population of 860,000, and Ashley probably isn’t the only one who has struggled to make new friends or find a date.