Guy Sends A Cover Letter To His Tinder Match Whos A Business Teacher, Completely Nails It

Finding a romantic partner requires some serious hard work and takes a sizeable time investment. So plenty of people have turned to online dating apps like Tinder to make the process a little bit easier. And I’m sure that most of us know at least one friend who found true love on the app. Because Tinder has become so popular, it’s getting harder and harder to get somebody’s attention. After all, how original can you be if every idea you can come up with has been done a hundred times before? But some people go the extra mile in their attempts to woo strangers. Take this one guy for example who decided to send out a dating ‘cover letter’ to …

Why childhood sweethearts no longer measure up and six other ways dating has changed

A new study has found that online dating is now the dominant way heterosexual people find romantic partners. What else can we learn? For future generations, the question: How did you and Grandad meet?, will be answered with: Tinder, obviously. Within eight years, the internet has become the dominant way heterosexual couples meet. The latest Derek Thompson (@DKThomp) “How Couples Meet” chart, updated July 2019pic.twitter.com/Gjvh2ZqTqs 34% in 1990 to 20% in the most recent data; other routes to relationships, such as meeting through work, family and neighbours, have also declined. At first glance of the graph, it looks as if the number of couples meeting at a bar or restaurant has gone up, but thats only because they met online …