Dating site punchline
This time, she is referring to a plethora (that means three, in this case) of single women who are sharing their online missives with her.
She'd met her husband through it and assured me I'd be an absolute stud online, as I'm charming and normal, as opposed to most of the men on mainstream dating sites."Online dating is great for people like you, Willard – it's like we've finally invented a pair of tight jeans for being funny, or a push-up bra for being intelligent," she said.
Unfortunately, while I was charming, intelligent, funny and normal, that gave me no guarantee that the person I'd meet would be the same. While this was clearly one of the worst dates ever, it wasn't the worst I've ever been on, or ever heard of.
And in the context of the capitalistic country we’re living in, this is by no means the worst instance of price discrimination, nor the most worthy of our attention and anger.
From my perspective, Tinder's new policy is not ageist, it’s just incredibly stupid.
So that means the app’s pricing model is ageist, right? Jeff Gibbard is a 34-year-old single man who uses Tinder, OKCupid, Hinge, Bumble and Wyldfire. Gibbard is Founder and President of True Voice Media, The Social Business Agency, headquartered in Philadelphia, PA.