So, if you hate online dating, I’ll show you how to love it. Join an online dating service like Match or Ok Cupid, or you download an app like Bumble or Tinder. Do you send a ‘flirt’/’icebreaker’ or whatever your site calls a canned one liner, such as “You seem amazing. ◊♦◊Although one-liners are an option on many sites, I don’t know anyone who will respond to them.
They've created a map based on how people have been responding, and the results are illuminating. It's not terribly surprising that traditionally more liberal states like Washington, Oregon, and Vermont seem to support this movement the most.
Brendan Alper, founder and CEO of Hater took his app on ABC’s hit show, Shark Tank.
He ultimately was offered 0,000 from shark Mark Cuban. It’s been well-received in New York City, where it has many users.
You’re scrolling past lots of meh profiles until you come across one that you like. Many send these canned flirts, because they fear rejection. Disclosing tales about your dysfunctional family or your past date fiascos is taboo for this initial call.
You’re more likely to get rejected if you do send one. I recommend a few email exchanges before giving out any personal contact information, such as your private email address or phone number. This is your chance to see if there is enough connection to go on the first date. You don’t want to lose a potential date because you’ve revealed too much too soon.