Dating life hacks
I like to share the stories behind my two favorites, and the other person’s response is usually quite indicative of what kind of person they are.
I also immediately unmatch anyone who asks to see a picture of my butt tattoo because NOPE.” — "Whether it's at home or while I'm traveling, I always choose the lowest possible mile range in the distance filter.
“I started spending time doing other things I enjoy.” Like founding a company, for instance.
“I just didn’t really enjoy it that much,” she says.
“But all their stories were miserable sounding.” The ones in long-term relationships seemed unhappy; the ones out of them seemed to be desperately chasing a ring.
“If someone comes along who meets my lifestyle requirements, maybe I’d consider being with someone,” she says.
If my nearest matches are lame, I'll make the range a bit wider, but closer is always more realistic and bodes better for first-date planning.” — “My number-one tip to weed out the not-so-great guys on online dating apps is to use social media to my advantage.
After I’ve matched with a guy I think may be a good fit, I friend request him or check out his Instagram or Twitter.“I don’t know why people are in such a rush to find that kind of intimate connection when they’re 25.”But are there, perhaps, biological reasons to consider choosing a mate in youth? If a healthy American might live to 100, “the idea of making a decision that affects the next 75 years seems ridiculous to me.