And I have to be honest, I don’t really know where I’m going with this, but what I’m trying to say is: I hate all of you who are benefiting from this shit. They’re relatable to people who are finding love the old fashioned way, too. Especially when you consider the percentage of people who might not care if they’re about to go on a date with someone who MURDERED a human being before.
They found the number one offense among both genders: smelly apartments.What’s more, the survey found that the biggest dating deal-breaker tends to also center on privacy.Nearly half of the survey respondents said that living with parents is a major dating no-no.Seven years ago — when I first met the dame who would make the mistake of marrying me — online dating was a joke.People who used it weren’t ashamed, necessarily, but they weren’t exactly shouting all over town about how proud they were of using it either. Now Tinder and Bumble and whatever the fuck else people are using have become the norm.
You look at photos and profiles and then you swipe right on the ones that suit you (and/or your dick). Some dry spells that made you question your entire life.Most of the time you’re doing this purely for sex, but sometimes a relationship actually happens. I’d like to say that we’re better for it, but that would be a lie. It might have killed me, but thinking about some of the chicks I took home at last call makes me want to commit suicided anyway. Anyway, today I got an email from our friends at Consumer Affairs and they recently conducted a survey of all the possible deal breakers you encounter in the new world of online dating. Considering that 32 percent of young adults currently live with their parents – well, that may be a problem.We’re living in some interesting — yeah, that’s the word — times, aren’t we?Things have changed drastically since the last time I had to attempt to persuade a member of the opposite sex that they were, in fact, interested in fucking me.I never benefited from Tinder or the online dating boom.