Strange CL ad has a San Francisco woman claiming that she is ‘tired of Tinder’, and now looking for a boyfriend as well as a way to save on rent.
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Ever wish you could get on stage, browse some Tinder profiles, and make a show of it? Too late, Lane Moore beat you. Sorry, not sorry. Moore — a comedian, writer, editor, musician, producer, comic book scribe, and web series creator — takes her talent to the stage in interactive
Anyone who’s ever swiped right has probably seen their OKCupid, Tinder, Grindr or other online dating matches appear in their Facebook ‘People You May Know’ sidebar. And then felt a little freaked out by this! Yes, the people with whom you’ve matched in online dating do sometimes appear in
This was originally an article I did a few years back. It was so funny and on point that we decided to do a live version of it on The Kinda Late Show. I have a feeling you’re gonna like love it. Make sure to share it with your friends
San Francisco can be a notoriously confusing environment to navigate through the thick mist of love, sex, and relationships. You would think with the rise of dating outlets like Tinder, OkCupid, Plenty of Fish, and even Fetlife, that there would be a scratch for every itch. Yet, we live in a
There are two questions people ask me right off the bat when I tell them I just completed 40 Tinder dates in 40 days…
Yes, broke asses, your childhood is becoming more and more of a distant memory. A new television season is in full swing. It is fall season right now, and as we celebrate new and returning shows, like Gotham—and all of its intimidating posters splattered across all of Manhattan—Friends became 20 years old.