Dinner and dating
The instructions are simple – sign up, meet new people daily, send them a request to dine, and if they accept your request, you pick a time and place to meet and eat!
Through your mutual interest, the app pretty much picks the location for your first date.
They’ve arranged the date just to get free food, and never wanted anything with you beyond the chance to eat some excellent chocolate torte. In a recent post, he explained that he’d signed up to Tinder ‘just to see what would happen’. The pair talked for a few days before he suggested a date – and the woman insisted on it being dinner. Right about the time our main course(s) arrived, I’d pretty much given up.
The user wrote: ‘We met up tonight at a restaurant I’d picked out. She talked more to the waiter.’ He continued: ‘As we were finishing, I excused myself and went to the restroom. I left the bathroom, headed out the door, got in my car, and drove home. She messaged me a few times, called me a “f*cker” about twelve times.
The app wants you to build a pool so they can show you people that you’re more likely to date to “swipe through.”One of the other pros is that women can interact for free while men can not, which is a common premise of many of the female-friendly applications used.
Unfortunately, your profile only actually covers the basic info like height and weight and then there’s a freeform part where you describe yourself.
You’d just think that, unless you were planning on splitting the bill, out of common decency, you wouldn’t go for something extortionately priced, just in case your date doesn’t have the money for it. All that matters is seeing how much you can get away with ordering before the date is over.