The existence of ‘Moments’ Nothing is more cringe than a guy updating his moments with kissy face selfies, dedicated to all his beloved matches. That ‘last active’ thing Nothing puts you off someone like seeing they were ‘active 3 seconds ago’ literally EVERY TIME you check. The fact that you will see everyone you know on there Sure, there’s nothing wrong with dating on an app. So many shirtless selfies Didn’t really need to see your nipples, thanks. Location misery is a real concern We may be having a great chat, but you’ve suddenly moved over 37km away. People are either super keen to meet up, or weirdly content with never meeting Ask for a date after a few days of conversation, like a normal person. Swipe-related repetitive strain injury No amount of flirting is worth constant wrist pain 22. Followed by the worst conversation, almost always YES. Too bad they’re either unbearably dull, using teenage text-speak, or stuck in a ‘how was your weekend? Let’s just throw some emoji in there and call it a day. The pain of being unmatched Didn’t even like the guy. Stop messing up my game with your tech issues, Tinder. Attempting to sell yourself with 5 profile pictures is torturous Here, world, take these carefully selected photos of myself and judge me with everything you’ve got. But it’s nothing compared to the struggle of crafting a bio How do I sum myself up in a way that makes me sound smart, emotionally stable, and not at all braggy? Constant threesome requests Surely Tinder should be for single people desperately trying not to be alone, not you smug couples trying to spice things up with a third. People immediately taking things to bizarrely sexual levels We’ve been speaking via app for three minutes, don’t think you know me well enough to be narrating your deepest sexual desires. It has massive stalker potential Yes, it’s unlikely, but someone COULD track you down by keeping an eye on when the ‘distance away’ decreases.
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I build techniques, models and frameworks, endlessly test them, and in some cases rip them up and start again.
By the time you ever see a course from me, it has been quietly inspected and tested by dozens of people.
It's not all matchmakers, blind dates, and love at first sight.
In fact, love at first sight probably doesn't actually exist.
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