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Attention Single Ladies – There are Hella Single Dudes on Swoon

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Yup, you read that headline correctly, there are hella single dudes on Swoon and I don’t mean that in a sausage fest kind of way. Let me explain. I just learned something very interesting: Android users are 73% male. Why? I don’t fucking know, I’m just telling you what the graph below says, but check this out: Swoon is on both Android and iPhone, so if you’re using a dating app only supported by iOS , you’re missing out big time.. Therefore, by reason of logical deduction, if you’re a lady who’s into dating fellas, you have a WAY better chance of meeting one by using Swoon. Just look at this magnificent graph below:

Magnificent isn’t it? Whether you’re looking for Mr. Right or just Mr. Right Now, your odds of meeting him by using Swoon is some magical percentage that I’m not smart enough to figure out. But I know it’s a lot! That way you can laugh at all your frenemies who are stuck pulling from the same iPhone based dating pool, while you bask in your statistical advantage (and by that I mean the adoration of your many admirers). Plus, even I’m on Swoon (Look! I was even Swoon Guy of the Day!). So maybe if you like my profile, and I like your profile, we can end up liking each other’s profiles in person. Actually…that probably made you not want to like my profile at all didn’t it? Dammit!

Happy Swooning ladies.

Ugh…this fucking guy!

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