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The recent upsurge of “on-demand dating” promises to end all that.
The first four chaps who agree become the contestants.
Women ask three questions that the guys answer, but the women don’t see who said what when they’re rating their responses.
There are no pick up lines, no endless swiping, and hopefully fewer chat threads that go nowhere.
Finally, there’s a dating app for guys like me that aren’t as easy on the eyes but can at least write in complete sentences.