I Tried Facebook’s New Dating App and it Was Exhausting

I Tried Facebook’s New Dating App and it Was Exhausting

Basically how Facebook Dating works is you can tap “interested” or “pass” on the profiles that are suggested for you, instead of how you’d normally swipe right or left, respectively

When it comes down to it, all dating apps are relatively the same. They’re games of thumb war, your opponent being an endless stream of profiles separated by their bangability. And you lose HOURS of your life doing this, whilst repeatedly having the same conversation with strangers you never end up meeting.

If you actually do meet up, you either make an excuse to leave within 30 minutes of the date because you realize they’re nothing like the person you desperately created in your head; have a mediocre-to-OK hook-up only to never speak again; or you end up getting ghosted just after you finish getting ready to go out and have texted them to confirm the location of the bar you’re meeting at (true story).

The simplicity of this app’s design-sans the dumb emojis, quirky affirmations and unexpected pop-ups of other dating apps-is on par with Facebook’s aesthetic, but the lack of distraction makes me feel like I’ve hit dating rock bottom

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