Once interest has been established, who will approach first? This is where we try to show the other person that there are other people interested in us (these could be real or imaginary), and therefor we're a very valuable and important person. This is the game where you might show up late for a date, cancel a date or wait a few days to return a call.
While it does seem more instinctual for the male to approach the female, men are often wary of rejection, and can be hesitant to approach. It's been 1.5 days since I've heard from them - what does this mean? This game taken too far, can trigger a foundation of mistrust and insecurity in those who struggle with jealousy to begin with, and the results are often more than you bargained for... This game involves pure power plays, with the intent of keeping the other person on their toes, in a state of waiting for you.
That says, ' Hey, I've got an exciting, busy life, and while I definitely want to talk to you, I do have some things to get out of the way first.' But waiting more than 24 hours?
That just says you don't even remotely give a shit.2.
You have to have at least 10 people like your profile before you’re eligible to play Crush Time, so for most people that means it’ll be potential dates you’ve crossed paths with in the last day or two.
But then I mentioned it to my other single friends—both men and women—and they all professed similar experiences.
Does it ever seem like the Dating world is a world completely unto its own, with its own rules, players, and most namely - games?
When venturing into this hard-to-navigate, constantly changing terrain, we seem to enter into an agreement to play these games with each other, at least during the courting phase, and often further into a relationship. This game starts when we first see someone we're attracted to.
The others are "See You There" (which lets you arrange quick dates), "Voice" (which allows you to send 60 second audio clips), and integrations with Instagram and Spotify.
And it's all part of a continued push to grow worldwide — they currently have 33 million users in 40 countries and have recently expanded into India.