I love giving advice to others about dating and offing insight into the cons of online dating. Pick up any book on relationships and you can bet it will have a section on online dating, whether it was written by Dr. Phil or the neighbour next door. This chapter on online dating is usually included to give people another avenue to pursue if they're failing to get a date the old fashioned way. If these so-called relationship guru's had actually tried to find Mr. Right online, they would have realized what a bad idea it was and never suggested it in the first place.
Henceforth, you will be a Tinder master, and you'll swap unsuccessful 3 a. You'll be a shining knight of staying overnight. Or maybe at least when you're bored in your Bushwick apartment watching "Breaking Bad" reruns you'll have a better chance of a successful hook-up? Don't message someone "Happy Hump Day" on Wednesdays. Other days of the week maybe. Use the Dwight Schrute "Money Beets" method and put your deceptively good-looking photos first.