Because rather than look inwards and take some responsibility for my poor dating track record, I’d rather blame a dating app.Of course, there’s also the fact that at some point you realize that shopping for a date on Tinder is a just a little bit silly.Those conversations were usually lubricated by ethanol infused beverages.“Kim Kardashian breaks the Internet,” was popular on the Web yesterday, causing quite a fervor.Thankfully, there was a time when I had to talk to people in real life.I was born in the early 80s, so before the days of the interwebs and i Phone apps I talked face to face with someone I was interested in.“Break The Internet,” was a trending topic since it was pegged to a startling visual of the reality TV millionaire mogul in the buff.
But “hoes be winning” was a popular catchphrase in 2011, fueled by the come-up of unliked reality stars who garnered rocks, video vixens who got red carpet shine next to ballers and a specific genre of single woman who was bitter and needed any excuse to tear down another woman who had what she didn’t.
Fast forward to today and it is interesting to see how much influence the Louis Vuitton Don carries as head of his own household.
Already credited with improving his wife’s sense of style and dress, the music artist seems to be making sure any and everything dealing with Kim is deemed as high-end art.
Worst of all: Tinder turns your phone into a game console. Talking to someone in real life has its benefits (like getting instant feedback by way of an awkward facial expression), but it’s not without its challenges.
First off: you have to talk to someone in real life.