Not long ago admitting that you were using an online dating website or app could cause some of your peer to raise their eyebrows or even receive pitiful comments or reactions. Today, it is almost mainstream and rests assured that most of the people around you spend some of their spare time checking out these apps and swiping left and right on their phones or tablets. We all know about Tinder and Match. The most popular and well-known app for dating and it has a big responsibility on how the online dating world is right now. It has an enormous user base and chances are that at least one of the couples you know, met on Tinder. However, you do hear some very creepy stories of unwanted messages, and they mostly happen on Tinder.
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We love a good party as much as anyone. But the logistics of trying to get to know someone in a packed basement over blaring trap music while someone does body shots in the corner are a bit challenging. It's not exactly the prime environment for romance. Although maybe you're not looking for romance? Party on, friend. Dating apps are the saving grace of college students everywhere.
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Dating can be fucking exhausting. That small talk that you dread? Get it over with on the dating app so you can move on to more interesting topics for your actual date. Of course I had to add Tinder. Bumble is Tinder with a slight twist.
One student even listed Facebook as her favorite dating site. The survey, conducted by college jobs startup WayUp formerly Campus Job , asked college students about their dating habits. Students claim they aren't using Tinder -- or the other dating apps -- to date.