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Online Dating Anonymous 70961

Have any of you succeeded in using dating apps or meeting people online? I have always wanted to give it a go but it's so daunting to me. I would absolutely panic if I caught someone who expressed interest aaaaaaa please tell me someone else was in my boat once

Anonymous 70962

>>70961
I have. Just be yourself and remember that it doesn't matter if you embarrass yourself or anything because you can always just delete and ghost them.

Anonymous 70963

>>70962
>if you embarrass yourself or anything because you can always just delete and ghost them.

I'm so mortified about the idea someone who I once knew, or knows my sister will recognise me and think its funny. Beside, I have no good photos of myself :x

Anonymous 70964

>>70963
just do a picture of your body (even if it's against the rules men don't seem to report, women do tho). you'll still get tons of messages and almost all men will respond if you initiate if you have a decent body. they're too curious not to anyways

Anonymous 70965

I’ve never did online dating.
I’m happily married now.
I hacked it out in the wilderness, destroying moids and my own heart along the way.
I jest.
I guess if you would online date, tinder would just be for one night stands because it’s fucking tinder.

If you want an actual long term relationship, I would recommend something like eharmony. Like because it’s actual quality over quantity, they do personality tests etc.
BUUUUT it’s expensive af so my next recommendation would be Match. They also have more relationship based user base but the price is so much cheaper. They also seem to be really good quality too.

Hope this helps

Anonymous 70966

>>70961
Can i find a boyfriend by using tinder? Like long-term? I'm just scared of abandonment

Anonymous 70967

>>70966
unlikely, you should use bumble, match, okcupid, for long term relationships

Anonymous 70968

>>70967
Tysm babee

Anonymous 70969

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>>70964
>anon has reservations about online dating
>give tone-deaf advice

Anonymous 70970

I met my long-term partner through a dating app! My advice is to be clear and upfront about what you want (whether that is a serious relationship or just casual dating), unmatch guys who ask for nudes or sex, upload cute photos (instead of sexy ones) and meet in a public place for the first date.

Anonymous 70971

>>70969
how is it tone deaf? you avoid your face that way. that was her concern. that way if she comes across a profile she's interested in, she can initiate and they'll be more likely to respond than receiving a message from a profile with a picture of a smiling gecko. by "body" it shouldn't be sexy, just a normal photo to show you're not what they consider grotesque in the body

Anonymous 70972

>>70971
nta, but I feel like hiding your face would send the wrong message. Guys would think that you have a low self-esteem, which could make you into a target for fuckboys, narcissists and incels. If you don't want anyone to recognize you, you could try to date someone in another city/country.

Anonymous 70973

>>70972
imo you're going to be a target for fuckboys either way. i think the best thing to do personally is to message first if you're interested, rather than waiting for men to speak to you anyways. even if you pose as a practical nun 8/10 messages will be from fuckboys and narcs. they're men, and obviously dating outside only works if you're okay w ldrs

Anonymous 70974

I also want to add that hiding your face could also mean that you are already in a relationship and want to sleep around without being recognized or that you are a catfish. The chances you meet a normal guy is going to be lower and all you are going to be left with is the fuckboys and creeps. Either you get over your embarrassment of someone you know irl seeing you there or you date someone outside of your city.

Anonymous 70975

>>70974
disagree, once again, if you leave it up to men messaging you anyways you're going to be left with primarily fuckboys. i've personally done it w/o my face in the past for the specific reason to not be recognized and it yields the act same result as including face. the entire thing about online dating is that you have to put in the effort or you're just going to have a bunch of messages from men looking for casual sex or short term relationships anyways, face or not. most men, period, are not looking for long term relationships. even more difficult if you're a younger woman looking for a similarly aged guy. you can have a totally serious profile explicitly saying you're looking for long term relationships and men looking for casual relationships will still spam you or pretend they're looking for the same, this is just the nature of dealing with moids

>hiding your face could also mean that you are already in a relationship and want to sleep around without being recognized or that you are a catfish

i really think they're not that likely to assume this. you can literally just say in your profile or msgs that you don't want to put your face on a dating app and that you'll send if you feel like you want to move forward w them, it's not unreasonable or all that serious. if you don't sound like a fake person or fake profile it won't be assumed you're super fake.

Anonymous 70976

I tried once, when I was feeling particularly lonely.
I used a pic of myself where I looked prettier than usual (makeup, hairstyle, traditional dress; I took it after participating in an event at a local fair). That pic got me lots of likes, but I was looking for cute asocial nerds, so yeah, it was a ridiculous idea because most people who use those apps are normies and either conventionally attractive or just follow trends.
Anyway, I saw some guys who weren't even over 18 and had just made their accounts "for fun". (What the fuck)
I ended up matching with a couple of guys. One was a fatty nerd with glasses, who was physically my type. I almost agreed to go on a date with him, but then I pussied out, it just felt wrong, I realized he was too dominant for my taste, I felt dirty, and stopped using the app, just abandoned my account. I regretted making an account at all.
The other guy I matched with wasn't looking for a date or a hookup or anything, he didn't even live in the same state, but he looked cute in his pic and had long hair in a ponytail, which I also like. We talked about my favorite pop band, which coincidentally was also his favorite band, and he told me some facts about them that I didn't know. That was a pleasant experience, sadly that was the only time we could talk to each other.

I'm not American though, so it's probably gonna be different for me.

Anonymous 70977

>>70976
>That pic got me lots of likes, but I was looking for cute asocial nerds, so yeah, it was a ridiculous idea because most people who use those apps are normies and either conventionally attractive or just follow trends.
So idk if this was bait, but I really would like to try this. I don't want to hook up with normies, or overly desperate boys. Would you recommend trying it? I don't have photos of huge friends groups I can use in my bio, and I want to see if I even have a chance on these dating apps. Will I just join and get flooded with normies?

Anonymous 70978

I kinda hate online dating. I've been too superficial in the past, and online dating just feeds that even more. No, I'm not saying I want to date ugly guys, but in my experience being superficial just leads me to make shitty mistakes about guys.
Besides that, I feel like most guys in dating apps are fuckboys or just normies. You want an interesting guy who's not a sociopath that's also decent looking? Well, good luck with that.
I know there are girls who have found great guys there, but I think those are the exception.
>>70963
Just take some time to get some good photos. I used to struggle with pictures of myself, but after some time trying different poses in the mirror, I got an idea of how to get good pics.
Also who cares if someones recognise you? It's not like you're on OnlyFans, you're just looking for a date and I bet you're going to use cute pics, so it's not like it will change how they perceive you. Everyone looks for dates at some point in their lifes, why would you have to hide to be able to do it?

Anonymous 70979

>>70978
I have that fear of people believing it'll be funny to see someone like me trying out Tinder. I would smash my phone if I get contacted by some dude who went to my school. If it's fuckboys and normies like you said though I don't want to bother. And I'm not sure if other dating sites are worth it because I'm not sure the kind of person who uses less mainstream sites. Is the 'cute asocial nerd' thing just a meme?

Anonymous 70980

>>70979
>I would smash my phone if I get contacted by some dude who went to my school
The chances of that happening is very low. But even if it happens, just block him. Are you going to stop doing things you like or want just because some retard find it funny?
I think another option is to use a random image of something you like as your first pic, and then put your pics. I bet a lot of normies and fuckboys skip most girls who don't show anything in the first pic, but I'm sure most nerdy guys won't do that, especially if it's something they also like.
>Is the 'cute asocial nerd' thing just a meme?
Not at all. I've meet some guys like that, they're just hard to find. I think they sometimes try Tinder and other dating apps, but they just don't have a lot of success so they just stop using it.

Anonymous 70981

>>70980
will I get banned if I make an account which has no name and pictures? I want to take a gander at what folk my age group look like and to get inspiration for bios.

Anonymous 70982

>>70981
>will I get banned if I make an account which has no name and pictures?
Probably will get marked as spam lol. Your best bet if you’re 100% set on making a Tinder profile is to just make one as you and alter it once you get an idea about what people like. The other option is to use a catfish but that can backfire if the person you’re impersonating finds out.

Anonymous 70983

>>70982
time to find photos that don't show me overly pasty and pale or wearing bad clothing

Anonymous 70984

>>70980
>I think another option is to use a random image of something you like as your first pic
Tinder rearranges your photos in the order of which garnered you the most likes

Anonymous 70985

>>70961
>I would absolutely panic if I caught someone who expressed interest
practically all moids are interested in you, I'll tell you that now

Anonymous 70986

I got my current bf on tinder. people are too elitist about it. in modern times if you're already out of college there is not any better way to meet men than tinder. why limit your dating pool to guys you might meet randomly irl when you can use tinder and see all the guys in your area?
>panic
just chill anon. women always have the upper hand in dating. it's moids who should be nervous. anyway, just agree to dates with guys who see promising, and it's low commitment. the worst that can happen is a moid buys you a drink or two and you decide you dont like him. is free drinks that bad?

Anonymous 70987

>>70986
I'm not against Tinder or online dating. My only problem with it is how boring it can be until you find someone interesting who's somewhat attractive

Anonymous 70988

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There's an anon getting a bunch of (you)s on a tinder thread on /adv/, he said he was getting 25 likes a week with these pics. That can't be right can it? How do guys get that many likes from flexing while drinking beer, I'm starting to suspect its an app just for hooking up or something. Never used tinder before but I'm guessing that's a lot idk actually

Anonymous 70989

>>70988
>believing what you read on 4chan

Anonymous 70990

>>70989
He posted a pic of his likes so fair enough, but I don't wanna fill the board with any more scrote activity than I have to. Take a look at the thread yourself if you wanna see. Hope it's not against the rules to link to threads I've seen it before, pls no ban
https://boards.4channel.org/adv/thread/24466904

Anonymous 70991

>>70988
>I'm starting to suspect its an app just for hooking up or something.
That's only just now occurring to you?

Anonymous 70992

>>70988
25 isnt that much at all if he's in a city

Also what pics do you expect the average normie girl to find appealing? He aint fat or anything

Anonymous 70993

>>70990
The moid simping replies to his photo are so fucking ridiculous LMAO: """no homo GIGACHAD""", """9/10""", (his face is hidden wtf), ""chad."", ""no wonder you get laid""…. Anyway, all scrotes are gay, it has been scientifically proven today

Anonymous 70994

>>70988
100000% there is an uglo under the emoji mask. I am skilled at guessing how a person's full face looks like (if only the parts of it are shown, that is), trust me.

Anonymous 70995

>>70976
>>70977
>>70978
>>70979

I need help, how do I avoid normies on such apps

Anonymous 70996

>>70995
Never tried online dating or any dating at all really but couldn't you just state in your bio that you do not like normalfags? the only problem is you would probably just end up with some incel type interested?

Anonymous 70997

>>70996
What's a normalfag really?

If you want to him to have certain interests then write those

Anonymous 70998

>>70997
You could aybe state some things that would make normos react but this could be dangerous so it is tricky and I do not mean /pol/ things either for the record.

i think a normalfag is anyone who does not possess individual thought and allows themselves to mirror the ideals of any group they interact with regardless of merit (because they do not think_ an example would be incoids being normalfags).

Interests help but would be rather superficial in the end I think it would take really getting to know someone on a deeper level to want to date them but maybe I am just a romantic.

Maybe a good way would be asking "what would make you happy" and various other questions to weed out people who message you based on their responses.
Guys will literally go to protests and pretend to be someone else to try get laid so I would be paranoid either way..

Anonymous 70999

>>70998
So normalfags = npcs?

Anonymous 71000

>>70999
>So normalfags = npcs?
I think it is a much better way to view normalfags since a lot of anons are just rejected by the mainstream and then create their own counter culture in which they behave exactly the same as normalfags do with different ideals. Take a look at 4chan and try to tell me they are not nearly all just normalfags who march to an alternative tune.

for dating yes it would help to have someone who shares experiences and is able to understand you on a deeper level however when I just imagine trying to date some idiot who fell for incel or pol memes and is unable to think for themselves over someone who has an open mind I would much prefer an pen mind.
What is your definition of normalfag anon?

Anonymous 71001

>>71000
To not be a normalfag, you have to:
-have extensively used imageboards
-have watched a lot of anime
-have little to no social life

And this doesn't guarantee anything. You can be labeled one for any reason at my discretion.

I think that's very close to the original definition. But I'm increasingly starting to think the whole "normalfag/normie" thing is silly, because any online group with particular interests ends up considering people who don't share their interests as "normies". Two people might consider each other normies, but consider themselves not, because they have different interests. e.g. weebs may consider online political activists normies because they care about politics, while the activists consider the weebs normies because they're not political. It's dumb.

Anonymous 71002

I've made app accounts, gotten nervous after someone showed interest, and deleted in a cycle many times. Hit that low point recently, and decided to get out of my own way and I'm maybe meeting a moid for coffee later (his idea) if he responds. I'm soooooo nervous because it's been years since I have been out with someone, and I have no friends, so I will have to make an excuse to my family I'm meeting a work friend. My profile is pretty transparent about how weird I am and what I look like, and I still got a few likes. There's hope for you too, miners!

Anonymous 71003

>>71002
Aw, anon I’m sure you’ll be fine. If you’re so upfront about your nervousness and how weird you are, I’m sure he’ll try to accommodate you & be very understanding (if he’s a nice guy), which are green flags imo. Just be yourself! Good luck!

Anonymous 71004

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>>71003
Reporting back, it was awful. He was a total manchild and uggo in person. Sure we shared some laughs about how awkward we both are, but somehow I was way more mature. Unmatched 5 minutes after he left.

Anonymous 71005

>>71004
How was he a manchild, what did he do?

Anonymous 71006

>>71005
Maybe manchild wasn't a great choice of word, but still lacking in maturity. He didn't disclose being autistic in his profile, and tried to offload a little of other mental illnesses. Saying you have social anxiety is ok to me, but dumping what else so quick upon meeting isn't. Making first impressions is important, and while talking I tried to choose my words as wisely as I could, but the moid was swearing so casually and bad mouthed what I am going to uni for, which I did tell him was not cool, and he did apologize, but still unacceptable. In the end, I tried to be offputting and boring until he decided to leave.

Anonymous 71007

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i met my current bf on /vg/
so far it has been a pleasant experience besides the shitposting.

Anonymous 71008

>>71007
Post thread

Anonymous 71009

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I can't use tinder. I feel almost physically sick, when I think about how men just fuck through their matches on tinder and expect me to just be another piece of meat they can devour. I am not a pussy in an assembly-line.

Anonymous 71010

>>70988
>>70993
>>70992
>>70994
Judging from the table he does appear to be tall, he also works out and is pretty muscular. Even if has an average face that puts him in the top 15% of men, is this surprising

Anonymous 71011

Same but opposite. I’m just a sheltered loser who doesn’t ever get many answers, and who grows pretty attached to the few who respond and it usually drives them away, because fuck having internet friends.

Anonymous 71012

>>71011
same, I wish it was easy to meet like-minded people without them being the kind of manchildren a previous anon said….

is that picky?

Anonymous 71013

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>>70961
>check a guy's photos
>he gets fatter when you scroll down

Anonymous 71014

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>>70972
>Guys would think that you have a low self-esteem
naah, quite the opposite. I guess a guy is more likely to handle a butterface than a landwhale. If you really want to find a guy on a dating app then either go for face+body or body. Never go for face only or they might think you're hiding your weight

Anonymous 71015

>>71010
Tall, works out, and muscular puts him in top 15%? Damn anon where do you live? Being tall alone is enough to be in the top 15% at least in most of the world

Anonymous 71016

>>71014
Men getting catfished by photos like that make me laugh. How are you too retarded to tell it's all angles. I guess I can't expect much from the creatures that also can't tell when a photo/video has been edited to hell and back.

Anonymous 71017

>>71016
Men's brains simply aren't capable of conceptualizing in those dimensions. The trains of thought and learned socialization that goes into this "trickery" is so foreign to them that rather than even attempt to understand women they conclude that women as a whole are all lies, mystery, and smoke and mirrors – whisps of the imagination.

Anonymous 71018

do girls use these kinda apps for lesbian hookups? or would this be a sparse market ;______;

Anonymous 71019

>>100477
i thought that was for moids

Anonymous 71020

>>70961
met a lot of dumb creeps like that

then i met my girlfriend <3
fuck moids

Anonymous 71021

>>71018
there is her but, never really used it cause i got lucky on tinder really fast.(well not a hookup but a gf, but ya get it i hope) IDK though, statistically, lesbians(and women in general) are way less likely to search for quick sex than men, so keep that in mind.

there are some lesbians on tinder, but its not a big demographic.

Anonymous 71022

>>70988
i mean, as a girl in an area with more than 10 people you will always have 99+ likes, guys are really thirsty for any girl with 2 arms, 2 legs and a face.

Anonymous 71023

>>70988
Tinder is for hook ups, Bumble is either or, Hinge is more for dating.
That is the general rule at least.

Anonymous 71024

>>71022
>really thirsty
Have you seen how guys use Tinder? They swipe right indiscriminately at first, defeating the whole purpose of this app. The vetting process starts after they get matches. The amount of likes a woman gets is not a true indicator of her attractiveness to men.

Anonymous 71025

>>71024
>The vetting process starts after they get matches.
AKA he will unmatch you once you ghost his messages

Anonymous 71026

>>70961
In my experience these apps aren’t great for anything serious. Even if someone looked great and had the right interests etc there was never any real chemistry. Impossible to judge from images or a profile if there’ll be a connection there

Anonymous 71027

>>71007
That's so cute.
>>70961
No Tinder was a disaster for me lol.

Anonymous 71028

To streamline my online dating I've started asking to talk to guys on the phone before meeting in person. I just talked to this guy for an hour before he casually says that he's probably moving at some point. I ask when, he says months. I ask what he's looking for, and he says nothing serious.
35 years old and not looking for anything serious. And women are the ones accused of sleeping around? Men are fucking retarded

Anonymous 71029

The other week, I tried Bumble and got lots of matches, but none of the guys would write me!

Anonymous 71030

>>71029
Did you do the first response? Bumble is set up so that for straight matches, women actually have to send the first message within 24 hours before it expires.

Anonymous 71031

Tell me if this is a dumb train of thought but I don't think (free to use) dating apps are designed to help you find a serious, longterm relationships cuz you know, that's basically tinder getting rid of their userbase.

Anonymous 71032

>>71031
>dating apps are designed to help you find a serious, longterm relationships
No it's not dumb. I strongly agree with this. I personally think some aspects of dating is stupid. If i want a relationship that'd translate to a strong marriage, i'd make sure that my partner isn't just in it for my pussy.

Some girls give it up on their first night and the guy's shallow motive should be clear once you realize he's prodding you all night to hit the sack. He just wants a prolonged fling and a sheet meat at his fingertips. It isn't farfetched to assume that he's an asshole as well if he behaves this way, since assholes always want it easy.

And that's also why i don't sleep around. I wouldn't want to be someone who falls under the charm and bullshit of a dickhead. It's just that it's usually dickheads who madly crave for hookups. All these horndogs might 'love' me and pamper me with empty words and insincere compliments, but the HVM i'm actually interested in wouldn't want to get near me, understandably so.

I also believe the whole "man and woman can't be just friends". In my experience, if he considers me a friend, its either he's a manwhore or he's too afraid to take the next step. Vice versa also applies for me, i guess. So if he's good enough to be your best friend, he's good enough to be your husband. Just watch out for 'nice guys'. As long as you don't put out (easily) his mask will slip and will throw a tantrum.

Sorry if this turned out very long. I just felt like i need to vent.

Anonymous 71033

>>70970
>unmatch guys who ask for nudes or sex, upload cute photos (instead of sexy ones) and meet in a public place for the first date.
Thx, appreciate it

Anonymous 71034

>>71023
Like other anon said it's just a matter of making what you want clear, tinder has developed a bit of a hook up culture but it doesn't need to be the case. It's seemingly a 50/50 split between people saying 'here for long time not a good time', and vice versa.

Anonymous 71035

>>70961
I ended up meeting my soon to be hubby on tinder! We’ve been dating for 5 years and it was mostly good. We have a rough spot two years in where he treated me poorly but he also introduced me to his friends around then and I had an affair with his best friend for a little while. Really not worth it, now I’m constantly paranoid that his friend will hit me before the wedding.

Anonymous 71036

>>71035
Why would he hit you?

Anonymous 71037

>>115028
>Though in fairness, I'm not super sure what the difference between a boyfriend and a best friend you have exclusive sex with really functionally is.
Nta, nothing, they are functionally the same thing.

Anonymous 71038

>>71036
No he never hit me, but he would abuse me by commenting on my weight and lack of progress with weight loss. I regret it now greatly, but his friend kind of swooped in and took me off my feet. I ended up spending a few thousand dollars on him as he led me on to believe that he would date me if I dumped my boyfriend. He didn’t. He just fucked me for a while and when he was done using me he basically ghosted me.
I won’t lie though the sex was fantastic.

Anonymous 71039

>>71038
Best of luck anon

Anonymous 71040

>>71035
>>71038
Are you ever going to tell your future husband that you had an affair with one of his friends…?

Anonymous 71041

>>71040
No he would probably leave me, he’s already somewhat paranoid about cheating and his friend kind of “ stole “ one of his girlfriends in the past so it would not go well.
>>115051
Out*

Anonymous 71042

>>71038
>>71035
>>71041
>I had an affair with his best friend for a little while
>I ended up spending a few thousand dollars on him as he led me on to believe that he would date me if I dumped my boyfriend.
>He just fucked me for a while and when he was done using me he basically ghosted me. I won’t lie though the sex was fantastic
>he’s already somewhat paranoid about cheating and his friend kind of “ stole “ one of his girlfriends in the past so it would not go well
People in Tinder are trash. I hope the friend outs you.

Anonymous 71043

>>71035
>>71038
Damn, both a cheater and a fatty. I feel bad for soon-to-be-hubby lmao

Anonymous 71044

>>71038
>>71035

So, you cheated on a guy who probably isn't much of a catch to begin with, with a guy who probably is equally as crappy, and not only did you cheat but it was with his friend that you, as a woman, spent money on because you deluded yourself into thinking it would make him want a relationship with you. Jesus Christ. You are a PickMe with low self esteem. Get off your knees and hold yourself to a higher standard. Stop giving yourself away to men who are with you for their convenience.

If you're attractive enough to have a fiance and an affair, men should be eating out of the palm of your hand, no need to spend your money on them in the hopes they'll ask you to be their gf. Stop giving these idiots the wifey treatment - and even when you are wifey, you should never have to be inserting tokens into your husband to get love and romance and sex and desire out of him.

Anonymous 71045

>>71035
>>71038
I would come clean with your soon to be husband if I were you. That friend is going to blackmail you after you get married.

Anonymous 71046

>>71044
I know it was a stupid and impulsive thing to do, but his friend knew exactly which buttons to push and what to say I guess. It’s not good, my hubby told me early on that he was kinda a womanizer.
In the moment it all felt so real and amazing, and I’m ashamed to say this but I actually spent those thousands flying him back to our country for Christmas to be with him, and instead I learned that he was dating a woman in the new country and wouldn’t even sleep with me one more time secretly. I got played so many ways and it hurts, but I’ve got my hubby who is a better man so in the end it all worked out.

Anonymous 71047

It's been a while since I used Tinder (or any dating app), but it was usually like this:
>Skip all the fuckboys and guys that don't seem interesting at all
>Match with a few decent looking guys that seem to have good interests and hobbies
>Wait 1-2 days without them trying to approach me
>I send them a message
>They never reply
>They never unmatch
And that was it. There were a few that sent messages but it was always like:
>hey, how it's going?
>a few more trivial messages
>hey, can I have your number?

Anonymous 71048

>>71047
>There were a few that sent messages but it was always like:
>hey, how it's going?
>a few more trivial messages
>hey, can I have your number?
What more were you expecting?

Anonymous 71049

>>71048
I guess I expect too much from an app that focus on hookups. I expect some more effort before giving contact info, mostly because I've had bad experiences with online stalkers

Anonymous 71097

>>71049
Have you tried Okcupid/Bumble/Hinge?

Anonymous 71106

>>71047
>>71049
What kind of messages did you send?

Anonymous 71107

article-1006-bht2y…

>tfw dyke
>look for women on dating apps
>Full of trannies, couples looking for a threesome, married bicurious, plain ol straight dudebros, woke enby qweer genderspecial women and obvious catfish/bots
>tfw probably going to die alone
Feels bad

Anonymous 71139

>>71097
Tried OkCupid and I while it looks better than Tinder, here in my country people don't seem very active there. Bumble was the same
>>71106
I guess you meant when I was the one starting the conversation. I usually asked something about their bio, interests or something in a pic. Some guys had pics doing outdoors activities so I asked if they have ever been to X place or something like that. Still, no luck.
I think it's mostly because the type of guy I like try those apps, doesn't have much success and after a couple of days-weeks they uninstall the app.

Anonymous 79987

nah



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