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I had been busy that day, but our friend picnics by the park's Lake could happen next weekend.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.I was familiar with the apps beforehand: I used them for a month in summer 2013 when they were new and the It Thing among my friends, the source of all our war stories.But I ended up hating them for dating because of their "all or nothing" protocol."We're not asking you to define what you're interested in." Yet I joined right in creating the user subtext.A woman's profile would show up on my Tinder, and I'd just stare at it.
During the month that I used social dating apps to find new buddies, I sent countless unrequited salutations, offered up priceless New York City travel recommendations, and even gave my number to a guy who wanted to discuss first amendment rights. When I started, I believed that, with millions of people just searching for company online, I'd easily find my new bestie or at least someone down for a platonic hang.
You're so nice, and I don't want to lead you on in any way.
So if that's an issue, we should probably just call it now."We did; he never responded.
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?!
Still, I got matches who would usually say nothing or just "Hi." Those who did say more provided some strange conversations. So where would you spend a Sunday afternoon in New York? No one else was that refreshingly direct), I responded with Central Park and waited.
As a very extroverted person, I believe the more people around, the merrier (and richer) life is.