We’re all just swiping, crossing fingers, and pissed off the person we met on our phone two hours ago is not our soul mate.
Dating is dead
The Angry Therapist
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My husband and I met on Tinder. It had a bad rap when we first got together, it seems to have lessened by now. I think it’s what works for you, how much you’re willing to give a try. I got asked for a same day date (a no in my book), said yes. We grabbed a drink, not dinner (also a no in my book) He didn’t even wait with me for my train (also a big no — it was nearly midnight!) Despite all the no’s, we had a second date and another and another. We got married this year. I didn’t go into it thinking he’d be my soul mate. My best friend is dating right now, to no luck. She refuses to budge off all her no’s. Is that necessarily a bad thing? Of course not. But if you don’t bend a little somewhere, who knows what you’ll be missing?

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