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As for others who added a closeup of their automobile, still trying to figure out the relevance of that particular move.
One guy I chatted up talked about lack of cultural context being the reason behind the dearth in dating pool, especially for men. I gave myself a week to meet, interact and get to know men from around my city and then judge the app.
Other are on there just to have some fun and who are we to judge? When push came to shove, one guy politely asked if we could remain in touch and I obliged with my twitter handle.
Save for a few, I was pleasantly surprised by most of the men I spoke to over the app. Dating, however, was still new.
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Prisma seemed to be a hot favorite. I see it in captions, in conversations and in carelessly written tweets. One guy posted a photo of himself as a groom, whether it was his own wedding or he wished to display a preview of himself on the actual day remains a mystery. Of course the strategy died down by my fifteenth swipe, this is when things became, well, classically me.
Off we went to a very colorful start.
I was taking revenge on behalf of all women ever for being reduced to the crook in her nose or the croon in her teeth. Having said that, not everybody has the luxury of having multiple friends circles in the same city.
Why would such good looking men need Tinder? The answer is simple: Thanks but no thanks.
Of course, who can negate the notion of people who can love an animal as first class upstanding gentlemen! Some were men posing to be women and others, sex workers or transvestites trying to digitize their domain so I fully understand their predicament.
Later, I came to my senses and swiped every guy I liked right, mutual friends or not. Some relocate after years of studying abroad and are genuinely looking for like-minded individuals. Tinder was an uncharted territory, at least for me and so, an even bigger curious component of the burgeoning dating scene in Pakistan.