Leslie*, 22, Lakefield, Ontario
I shall preface this by saying I have resigned myself to either meeting someone IRL, or spending the rest of my life as a single cat lady (which I am coming to terms with) that I no longer use online dating apps, and. Why? Well, how comen’t you install Tinder, swipe close to a couple of cuties, carry on a night out together with a guy that is handsome and after making down in the rear of truly the only club in your area, understand that you are 2nd cousins and let me know the method that you feel about any of it after? If just you could be told by me i’m causeing the up, but regrettably, it really is all too genuine.
Maddie, 23, Collingwood, Ontario
When Tinder first became a thing that is popular i’d put it to use whenever I visited my moms and dads back Collingwood in order to see if anyone we decided to go to twelfth grade with had been still in the city (and solitary).
I noticed a pattern of people either showing a great interest in mudding, camo, and everything John Deere, or polo-wearing, golf-playing, varsity boys with a fat inheritance as I was swiping.