Facts on online dating
Whether we hate it or embrace it, technology has changed how we do just about everything, including dating.
There's hardly a single millennial alive who isn't an avid user of dating apps: They're a fast and easy way to meet hundreds of potential partners, or just an extremely effective method of procrastination.
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The year is 2015, so our collective attachment to our phones is nothing we should be ashamed of at all.
Even if someone isn't outright sexist, online dating nevertheless breeds a sense of entitlement, and people seem to have very high demands regarding what they're looking for in a partner.
But if I had a dollar for every time I read something like "if you don't look like your pictures, you're buying my drinks until you do," I could probably get Sallie Mae to stop calling me every five minutes.I can't even quantify how many hours per week I spend on Ok Cupid, answering match questions, browsing profiles, and messaging an array of men.Great for boredom, terrible for day-to-day productivity.OK, Catfish may be a popular TV show, but most people don't think this could ever actually happen to them IRL.It's often talked about in a funny, "haha that's so crazy" way, but the reality is that — and I don't mean to sound dramatic — there are real weirdos and predators out there.