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5 Pros And Cons Of Tinder For Divorcees
When I asked my friends what site to try, many told me to steer clear from Tinder, as it’s known to be a “hookup site.” So in the beginning, I heeded their advice and tried other popular sites like Match and eHarmony. I chatted with many people and did go on dates — some good and some bad — but did not click with anyone enough to form a relationship. So out of curiosity and boredom, I decided to download the Tinder app to see what it’s all about.
From my experiences, here’s what I found out:
1. Easy to use! All you have to do is download the app. However, you must have a Facebook account as it is linked to your profile.
2. Because the app is linked to your Facebook, you are able to see if you and your potential match have mutual friends.
3. No tedious questionnaire. You can add as much or as little information as you like.
1. You do encounter a lot of hookup requests. But that is with every dating site out there, unfortunately. If you are just looking for sex, then you are all set. Get ready for threesome inquiries, corny pickup lines and bizarre messages. Yes, they are out there.
2. The app is like a modern version of “hot or not”. Many people match based on physical attraction since many of the profiles do not provide a lot of specific details.
3. The app has been known to have bots so you may be talking to someone who does not exist. Bummer.
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Do not at any time take the risky move of going at it alone. We have a wide choice when it comes to going it alone but with the professional advice you will need.