I never lied about anything, my pics were always current within 6 months, but I think the problem was the Caroline they met in person just didn't live up to the promise of the Caroline in the ad.
Like the burger in the fast food commercial rarely resembles the thing you get in the drive-through.
dating advice) but if there's one thing I can tell you that is sound and true and good, it's this: You should delete the dating apps on your phone. The time you spend on Tinder is time you could spend bettering yourself in case you ever go out and meet a person.
Dating apps are ruining your life—your dating life, at least.
Even my hottest friends, who by all logic should be cleaning up on these apps, find online dating excruciating.
I had several "mini-relationships" before this one took hold, all of them kindled through Facebook.
Dating a Facebook "friend" didn't bring with it the same nervousness, so I probably performed better. I'm lucky, because if all I had was Match and the like, I'd probably have shot myself by now.
It's the same burger, same ingredients, same bun, but it's never going to be evaluated and tweaked and fussed over as much as it does when it's being presented to potential buyers.
And I know I came across worse in dates than I usually do when meeting someone I don't know.
And if it’s not working for hot people, then you know it’s not working for anyone.
If anything else that didn’t pay you made you as miserable as Tinder does, you’d jump ship.
Tinder is 70 percent (a made-up stat) deciding if strangers are hot enough to risk getting murdered, 29 percent typing “hey,” and maybe 1 percent “meeting people.” Tinder is to meeting people as The Sims is to raising a family.
Here are four reasons to break your dating app habit: A lot of people on Tinder will say they’re there because they “don’t have time to meet people,” but Tinder isn’t meeting people.
And the men I chose to date were typically in their 40s, who'd never married or had kids.