They may not be the smoothest e-daters but at least they’re not on Match.com
Barnard has hundreds of matches but only two open conversations. Their go-to pickup line is “🥺” IF they send a message at all. This profile is mostly an extension of main character syndrome and not a dating tool but they’ll go on a few dates for free drinks. They enjoy matching with their friends “as a joke,” secretly hoping it goes somewhere.
Columbia College: Tinder
CC is very selective with its swipes but messages all of them “hey.” The burden of starting any actual conversation falls on their match. CC is a serial ghoster, but they will meet up with matches if they inflate their ego enough. They have never been in a serious relationship and won’t until they delete Tinder.
SEAS isn’t really sure how to use dating apps but their success is rooted in their earnestness. They match with everyone they find attractive without reading their profiles which ends in a lot of accidental flirtationships with people living in Connecticut. They haven’t been on a date yet because they have too many overdue problem sets but they text their matches every day just in case they ever have time before graduation.
General Studies: Tinder
GS is extremely millennial on Tinder. Their non-traditional background helps them match with people because they have a lot of interesting fun facts on their profile. They go on a lot of random dates with young professionals in Brooklyn that tend not to go anywhere. They are starting to realize that Tinder might not be the best place for what they’re looking for.
dating profile pics via Bannon
Phones in love via Pixabay