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Well of course it had to happen – Tinder in song, see the video, it really is great. How could it happen not when it has become so much part of everyone’s life. Just a few days ago there was a report in the Bleacher Report about memebrs of the New York Jets using the app to meet Miss Right. And they discuss whether it’s a good idea to wear their uniforms or not on Tinder or indeed say what it is they do for a living for fear of getting a response which is about what they do not who they are.
Of course that opens up a whole can of worms about how truthful people are on any dating app, let alone tinder. The traffic on dating apps is so vast that it has to be assumed that the majority are acting in good fatih but everyone who has done online dating knows there’s liars and creeps out there of both sexes. Does not being honest about what you do, if you’re in the public eye, mean you are prudent rather than being a liar?
38% of all Americans who are single use online dating and 23% say they meet their marriage partner or set up a long term relationship as a result. That’s quite a decent success rate and online dating is now a well accepted way of meeting people. Though it also appears to also be a home away from home for committment phobes who can always kid themselves that there is always someone better available with the click of a mouse.
Tinder is racing up the charts as a very popular dating app, not just because it is very easy to use and a better approxiamtion of how people actually mix and mingle but also because it is a mobile app and therefore always handy if you get an urge to check out ‘possibls’ within a reasonable radius from where you are. Good luck to the New York Jets. We think you stand a good chance of meeting lots of potential dates, especially after that Bleacher Report article.