And I would have added e Harmony to that list, too, had e Harmony's dating algorithm not told me that I was incompatible with .I’ve always been a firm believer that you get out of these apps what you put into them, so I had a good time on them in my 20s but thought I’d no longer need them by my 30s.
What I found instead was a veritable feast of f*ckable dudes who were not only picking up what I was throwing down, but also apparently had learned that the correct way to react to a text message from a woman you’re seeing is to actually answer it in full sentences within a few hours of receiving it. This realization is just one of many genuinely surprising-in-a-good-way discoveries I've made since trying the whole dating thing again, this time as an older and wiser woman in her 30s.
It wasn’t even that funny, much less funny enough to clone yourself and cry about it!
But yeah, older dudes and the emojis mix well, probably because they can afford to fix their cracked screens and therefore see the whole collection at any given texting time.
Today, I can’t find myself especially attracted to someone who can’t pull it together at least enough to have a bed frame and a legitimate lease.
Like, I still hate that capitalism makes all this drudgery necessary, but you don’t see me eating Top Ramen about it.