Twin cities dating scene

26 Jan

"Being a member of It's Just Lunch is like having trusted friends set you up, but even better, because they're professionals.This is, of course, not a guarantee that they’ll be tolerable in person.But on some level, there’s some kind of twisted beauty in that you don’t even have to brush your teeth or put on clothes to match with someone, and you don’t have do either of those things until you know the person is worth it.Tinder has become a safe place for people to get to know each other.A place to find out whether or not you care enough to even meet face to face, before you know at least a few things about them/what they’re like, etc.

Joanna, who met her husband on Tinder back in 2013, tells us, “I admit I joined Tinder to meet someone serious. And the rest is history.” Long term relationships are clearly on the minds of the young and restless: We have to consider a recent study that found that nearly 50% of Millennials identify themselves as “lonely,” and 42% said their greatest fear is ending up alone/never finding love (VICE).

I had this nagging feeling that I was never going to meet someone the, I don’t know, way. In this context, it seems Tinder is something of a relief: At the very least, there is someone out there worth swiping right, and maybe, just maybe, they’ll swipe right on you as well.

All couples have to do is show up." We treat you as a person, not a website profile.

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