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Like, why did you swipe “right” to me in the first place?
not like I’m speaking from experience, except that obviously, I’m totally speaking from experience. While it may sound terrifying not having a screen to bury your face in, it was actually kind of great.But, as soon as the temps rise and the sundresses come out of the closets, that problem is immediately remedied.The power of bare legs, even pale legs that haven’t seen the sun in five months, is a real thing, my friends. Daisy Barringer moved to San Francisco when she was six years old and though she considers herself a "local," knows better than to ever call herself "a native." She resides in Cole Valley, but spends a lot of time in Tahoe with her 150-pound Saint Bernard, Monkey.But, if I’m to talk about how much dating in San Francisco sucks—and fail to bring up the very real and often negative effect these apps have had on the dating scene—it would be like bringing up how much the 49ers suck, and not even mentioning the disaster that is Jed York.Of course, the problems with (and benefits of) dating apps hold true all over the country, but I’ll venture to say that it is even in SF, because this is where most of the apps are being created. While I definitely know people who’ve fallen in love because of these apps, and are happily together today… I mean, am I crazy (well, yes), or does it seem like people use these apps for validation (just as much, or maybe more? I’m only newly back on these things, but even in the last week or so, I’ve found that I’ll have a match with someone and send them a message, but won’t get a reply.
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