Pros and cons of carbon dating
Even if you do meet in person, you hook up with someone, you never speak to them again.
It almost strips us of our humanity itself; we’re not a person with feelings and emotions, we’re a profile with a mutual interest in Saturday Night Live and cheese, whose picture has a sunset in it.
There’s a new website out now called 8^8, which claims that after you answer eight questions, it can find your soulmate. I’m in no way ready for a soulmate, but I can stop hyperventilating now.
SEE ALSO Things All Girls In New Relationships Do But Will Never Admit According to the website, “8^8 is a project designed to find the one person among the world’s online population whose tastes and sensibilities match yours exactly…The one person who naturally functions on the same wavelength as you, because he/she is your soulmate – someone who could be a lover, or a best friend, but more fundamentally, someone who feels like a twin you were separated from at birth.” The chances of someone having the exact answers as yours are 1 in 16,777,216.
When there was an issue with one of said boys, however I’d get frantic and angry texts from her.
Apps like Tinder don’t bog you down with useless questions to answer if you think they’re ridiculous, and dating websites are great ways of meeting people if you have bad anxiety and the face-to-face approach is terrifying..
But when we completely remove the human element, we become disillusioned.
In being so proactive, we’ve forgotten the true nature and attitude of dating.
Meeting someone organically with no inhibition is starting to feel like an ancient practice.
When using apps like Tinder, it’s important to think of why we’re there as much as why everyone else is.