It is: An app for matching up users in airports and during flights.Who you actually find: The stalker you didn't know you had. Who you want to find: An attractive, educated progressive with lofty career aspirations.
I’m not suggesting that you don’t talk about yourself.
Who you actually find: A hundred women who never move past the first swipe. The catch: Faking chemistry with one person is one thing. Who you want to find: Two ungodly attractive individuals who you will never have to see again. Who you want to find: A casually attractive hook-up.
Who you actually find: Two similarly inexperienced individuals who won't make this any less awkward. Who you actually find: A casually attractive hook-up, but only after 37 failed attempts. The catch: You gotta make over 0K a year or be voted in based purely on your looks.
It is: An app that admits ambitious, successful users only after an extensive screening period. Who you actually find: An Ivy League banker who uses the word "handouts" unironically.
It is: Essentially Tinder, but women make the rules and determine if contact will be made. Who you want to find: A young, fun professional with an adventurous spirit.
So do about a billion other people, and they're all on hook-up apps. Here, a quick breakdown of what to expect on these hook-up apps, should you have completely avoided them all thus far. It is: The most notorious hook-up app, especially among the younger folks. The catch: The Mile High Club isn't really a thing.