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I was already imagining suggesting tea and scones at nearby Alice's Tea Cup when the Brit dreamboat got back to me one day later: "Thanks! I'm just traveling here for a couple days." I typed a polite "You're welcome," a little crushed.It turns out, according to Pambakian, Tinder is commonly used as a travel guide.That said, I was confident friendship was going to be different on the apps.
"If you're looking for friends, I would just not write anything about that until the very end if they ask you a question about it," she said. "On OKCupid, they ask you 'you should message me if…' and I would say something really casual there like, 'You think having a drink would be fun.' Use words like 'fun,' which is an indicator of more for social than anything else." She didn't have a lot of faith in my whole friend-getting scheme, really.
I associated more with her: She had zero chance with me romantically because of my sexual orientation, and I'd feel unethically deceptive talking with her even though I wrote "straight" in my profile and that I was just searching for friends. I always wanted an English friend, in part due to the accent and cultural intrigue.
I also doubted, after a while, people really read what I wrote. As forward as his message was (Did he want to hang out with me already?!
A woman's profile would show up on my Tinder, and I'd just stare at it.
I couldn't swipe right, partly because of an information shortage, partly because of the guilt I felt misleading the woman in the picture.
But I ended up hating them for dating because of their "all or nothing" protocol.