The Way People Date in Michigan Could Change Very Soon | Laptop News

Ever since dating apps took the world by storm, apps like Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge have become household names for those looking to find The One. However, trends are changing, and people are looking to make new relationships offline.

Breaking Up With Dating Apps

I’m going to list out some experiences people who use dating apps tend to have:

  • Anyone who has used a dating app knows the thrill you get when you match with someone, the sense of excitement that someone has also expressed interest in you.
  • You message someone and you’re met with silence.
  • You have what you think is a good conversation with someone, and they just ghost you.
  • You start talking with someone and they’re only interested in hooking up (nothing wrong with this, but it isn’t what you’re looking for).
  • You meet someone and go on a date, but afterward, you get ghosted.
  • You enter a loving and committed relationship. (rare)

Most of these outcomes have a negative result, and repeated negative results can cause people to get fed up with dating apps when they don’t feel like they’re getting anything out of it. It also doesn’t help that these apps are feeding off people not finding success with their dates, with the apps designed to keep users on the app as long as people so companies can profit.

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What People Want Now

Have you heard of the phrase “meet-cute”? If you haven’t, there is still a good chance you might have a meet-cute of your own. A “meet-cute” is “a cute, charming, or amusing first encounter between romantic partners”, like in a rom-com movie. A quirky or special way of meeting someone. People are tired of meeting each other through swiping on an app. People want more generic and genuine stories about how they met, with more natural…

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