Poor communication at the onset of your relationship usually signals that a man has something to hide.This guy may have self-serving motives for his lack of transparency, reports the Huffington Post in the article “Cheating Signs: 3 Ways to Identify a Cheater.” You won't like what he's concealing, so locate the nearest exit.“‘I swiped right on her picture’ is not the most romantic story in the world.” We’re talking about Tinder, the controversial and addictive online dating app that might just send sites like Match and Ok Cupid to the start-up graveyard.That’s right, we now have dating apps; websites were apparently too time-consuming. Simply download Tinder, sign in through Facebook, pick a flattering picture of yourself, and you’ll be matched with photo after photo of potential mates, bombarding you quicker than a stream of Grammy night tweets.
Users tend to grumble every time a giant like the ever-changing Facebook adds a new feature, and now young people are leaving the site in droves.
You pick a gender (male, female or both), then decide how far or close you want them to be (10 to 100 miles away) and how old (18 to 50 .) It’s like ordering pizza.
You can also write a tagline to describe yourself and add a few more photos for people who want to learn more about you(r looks) before making their choice.
Swipe right if you approve of someone’s appearance. If you reject someone, the poor schmuck won’t be able to contact you.
But if you both swipe right, you’ll be able to chat up a storm until you make plans for drinks at a mutually agreeable location. Since its launch a year and a half ago, the app has garnered 500 million profile ratings and is credited with more than 5 million new matches per day and 750 million matches to date.