The site promises to let users "skip the endless swiping and messaging, and instantly fast-forward to a calendar that's jam-packed with attractive women looking for a good time with a great guy."Tinder Done For You is part of a growing industry of third-party apps and services that promise to take the work out of online dating.
Today, you can outsource nearly every part of your love life.
Like it or not, they’ve got a sharp combination of skills and intuition, reinforced by independent research on tech’s effect on relationships, which B says he conducted in months off during his final semester at Penn. J says that he came up with the 0 price point after calculating what he calls “the price of breaking the ice.” If buying someone a drink – the first step to securing a date – costs about in a metropolitan area, “they’re basically just paying us the to introduce them and set up a date where they’re going to show up and the other person is already going to be interested in them,” says J. Shouldn’t people who are too busy to spend 10 minutes swiping hold off on dating for now?
For both fans and naysayers of Wingman, there’s lots of intrigue in the cascade of moral (and legal) questions raised by its proposition. J and B’s answers: They’ll only do your initial swiping, sorting, and scheduling – once you arrive at that first date, you’re on your own.
Bottom line: you have no idea how much time you waste searching, emailing, winking, etc.
Recruiting native English speakers is the number one requirement when you are outsourcing your dating.
Not only will a native English speaker communicate without a language barrier, but they typically understand American dating culture.
Today I came across two good friends, guy and girl, living in New York City and single.
They decided, why not try dating one another for 40 days and they are blogging about the…