Stop acting like you don’t know your Tinder date’s last name
Modern dating means not having to say you’re savvy.
On Thursday, the Wall Street Journal ran the headline “The New Dating No-No: Asking for a Last Name.” Essentially, the article detailed how asking a date’s last name has become a milestone in a relationship that started online. It’s operating off of the principle that Tinder, Bumble, OK Cupid, and other dating apps only offer a person’s first name, and it’s only through getting to know a person that the question of a last name becomes a sign post to the future.
But this isn’t exactly how things work. It’s actually a lot more interesting because most everyone already knows their date’s last name, they just have to wait for the right time to acknowledge it. Read more…More about Dating, Culture, Dating App, Dating Apps, and Dating And Relationships
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