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While double texting is stereotypically seen as a sign of being overly eager, data Hinge accumulated from analyzing 300,000 conversations suggests that your odds of a response go from one in 500 if you’ve only proffered a solo opening line, to one in three.“I was really surprised,” says Molly Fedick, editor-in-chief of Hinge’s dating advice site IRL.
Recall one of the genre’s preëminent cautionary tales, the 2014 piece that announced the return of the monocle as a men’s fashion item but failed to find more than one dude who would actually cop to wearing one, which is still one more monocle-wearing dude than I’ve ever seen. On the one hand, voluntarily paying for your date’s three-dollar drink, as one of the men in question did, only to demand reimbursement the next day is an act of pure pettiness.
There is no shortage of things to get steamed up about these days, resulting in an odd combination of white-hot anger mixed with a universe-lurching nausea.
Turning our attention from world events for the moment, the latest such stomach-churner appears in the New York Post, boasting “Why I Won’t Date Hot Women Anymore” in an article that appeared earlier this week.
(Names have been changed to protect dating viability and Raya membership.) “The app’s incredible,” he says. Launched in March, Raya quickly became known as the online dating app for all the people too cool to online date.
It’s a virtual Soho House with a curated membership of artist and model types, and, of course, a few celebrities thrown in for good measure.