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6 techniques to make the your relationship app profile stand proud of the gang

It’s 2019, and there are people on Cher’s green earth whose dating app profiles consist solely of a grainy group photo and that one quote from The Office.  Nothing against that beloved show, but let’s be real: Are you really projecting the best version of yourself when the only words on your bio are “‘You...CONTINUE READING
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Tinder says it is introducing top verification. If simplest.

Statistics don’t lie. According to Tinder, most guys who state 5’10” as their height on Tinder profiles are actually 5’6″. This is just plain unfair to dudes who are actually 5’10” tall, and Tinder is determined to put a stop to it.  The company has launched a new feature called the Height Verification Badge (HVB),...CONTINUE READING
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Tinder has not anything in this cellular recreation about courting literal demons from hell

Online dating is hell, but the new webcomic-inspired mobile game Demon House of Dates makes this sentiment literal. And actually, it’s a better time than most of your nightmare Tinder hookups. Released Thursday, the visual novel dating sim is a demonic Tinder experience (but, like, in the cute way instead of the #TooReal way). Created...CONTINUE READING
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Girl asks Tinder for tech reinforce together with her Wii, and it if truth be told labored

Turns out that sometimes, Tinder is good for something other than unsolicited dick pics and catfishing.   Twitter user @meggzsalad was having a bit of a struggle with her Wii when the images on-screen were only showing in black and white. Instead of frantically Googling or sifting through multitudes of tech support forum responses from...CONTINUE READING
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Tinder simply made it tougher to grasp why you might be seeing terrible profiles

The more getting rejected changes, the more getting rejected stays the same.  Tinder announced in a March 15 blog post that it had stopped showing users potential matches based on the frequency with which people swiped left or right on their respective accounts. Now, using lots of words to explain very little, the company says...CONTINUE READING
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The interracial couple emoji is after all right here following a Tinder marketing campaign

Our emoji keyboards are ever-expanding, as the pictograph language continues to evolve and become more and more inclusive of all users.  Up until this point, any emoji featuring two or more people was only been available in the default emoji yellow on iOS. But that’s about to change, and we have dating app Tinder to...CONTINUE READING
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The upward thrust of the Tinder-themed marriage ceremony

In our Love App-tually series, Mashable shines a light into the foggy world of online dating. It is cuffing season after all. The Tinder catchphrase “It’s a Match!” has always contained a semi-ironic nod to the decidedly old-school roots of matchmaking. But the phrase that launched a thousand hookups takes on an even schmaltzier meaning...CONTINUE READING
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A resourceful student turned to Tinder for help studying for her midterm

A student struggling with math turned to Tinder for last minute help.  College sophomore Maddi McMaster has taken calculus twice, and she was at her breaking point right before her midterm. “My strongest subject is definitely English,” she said over Twitter DM. “I’ve always been terrible at math, so God knows why I chose an...CONTINUE READING
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A 69-year-old ‘positivity guru’ wants to legally change his age to 49

“Positivity guru” and occasional DJ Emile Ratelband is 69 years old, but he believes he’s only 49.  Describing himself as a “young god,” Ratelband asked the Dutch courts to legally change his age on Monday to improve his quality of life. He insists that he’s discriminated against by jobs and dating apps because on paper,...CONTINUE READING
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