What dating app do you use?

Weshoulddo

Active Member
I wonder what app I will use, there are too many dating apps out there and I'm really confused on what to use because my friend said that there's a virus on some dating apps. More like a trap app. Do you guys have any recommendations? Please feel free to share it :)
 

Pat kuame

New Member
I never used a dating application,cuz i wouldn't want my ass screwed by a total stranger.
And with so many scammers out there, I'm even more aware now.However, if u are so interested i recommend "Tinder" to u.Not much to talk about. Good luck finding your soul mate.
 

Weshoulddo

Active Member
Thank you for giving me such good advice. By the way, you really didn't try using ones? Yeah, there are so many scammers but you can still find the girl you want.
 

zipsnelly

Member
Try using the Kik app. It's not a dating site but most people use it as a dating site, it does lend itself well to meeting new people.
 
I found my boyfriend of the last 3 years on Tinder. His cousin found his wife on Tinder. They're happily married with two kids 5 years later. The real tip is to FILL OUT that profile. Give people a real glimpse of not only who you are but what you are looking for in a partner. Yes, it has a hook up reputation and there is plenty of those seekers. I swiped left on anyone that didn't have anything for me to read. The more they filled out the better. The more they invested in telling me what they wanted, the more I knew (or felt) they were invested in finding something real. Hope this helps. Take care and be safe. I always told people when I was going on my first dates with people. Shared location. Safety is important.
 

x1heavy

Active Member
We dont do apps. Its old fashioned face to face whatever the situation may be. Met my future spouse about 24 years ago and we got married in due time that year. We are divorced now but are a team working out issues that come out in life. As far as I am concerned once is plenty.

Its obvious today it would be a few minutes online to meet someone, however its not normal to us. Not when we grew up in a time without computers or internet many years ago. If you met someone in real life then you two got social and talked. If there is something there between you two then grats. Enjoy. However most people born after there is smartphones, apps, internet etc do not know how to do that the old fashioned way so they could argue that its easier to find a match. Well all I can say is just be careful. Ive run into a few good people in my time but as a trucker not everyone was a good match for me. Wife actually learned and ran with me as a team around the USA hauling medicine and blood plasma etc. She did good but the industry and its way of life was unhealthy for her. We fought cancer after. So who knows.

Where I am now many of my previous acquancies have started to pass on early in some cases before their time so that closes the book on them. As each year goes by you lose more people that you knew in life pretty fast. We lost 4 in the last 3 months to a few days ago when one died in his sleep at about 85. Another dropped at 48 or so because smoking hurt the heart. He was dead 4 weeks after. I found the body. He didnt suffer on that one but he knew that he was finished at that moment when he fell over dead like a tree.

You get used to it. Enjoy the people you love to be with while you two have each other. When you are younger you live forever and have all kinds of time to sort out whatever. Dont be in such a hurry.
 

Weshoulddo

Active Member
I found my boyfriend of the last 3 years on Tinder. His cousin found his wife on Tinder. They're happily married with two kids 5 years later. The real tip is to FILL OUT that profile. Give people a real glimpse of not only who you are but what you are looking for in a partner. Yes, it has a hook up reputation and there is plenty of those seekers. I swiped left on anyone that didn't have anything for me to read. The more they filled out the better. The more they invested in telling me what they wanted, the more I knew (or felt) they were invested in finding something real. Hope this helps. Take care and be safe. I always told people when I was going on my first dates with people. Shared location. Safety is important.
I guess I will finally found my destiny in Tinder. :angel: Thanks for sharing your real experiences, I am blessed.
 

marabmia

New Member
I've recently discovered the Soulgeek nerdy dating app. This a good place for geeks interested in different fields of art and science. I met so many interesting people with whom I can have fun, we have so much in common. Who knows, maybe I'll find my true love there.
 
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