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This Is What Dating On Tinder Looks Like In New York City
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Online dating as the mainstream way to meet your partner isn't even news anymore. Nowadays, it's more shocking to say "We met at a bar" than " We met on Hinge. According to this GQ article about Bumble , your chances of finding love on a night out in London are three in one million. Don't hit us with "but that's not in the U.
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At 6pm on Sunday, hundreds of men arrived at Union Square in Manhattan for what Aponte told them would be a one-on-one date where they would watch her friend DJ. Once they had formed an audience, each thinking the rest of the men were just there for a show, Aponte took to the stage, explained what was going on and started whittling down the guys with questions and challenges, saying that the winner would actually go on a date with her. The scene pic. The stunt came to light after a one of the men who attended recounted what happened in a Twitter thread that has since gone viral. He said he chatted with Aponte for around an hour last month before she said she had to focus on work and would get back in touch in a few weeks.
Things have gotten so bad that this year, we didn't even really get a "song of the summer. People be scammin', people be gettin' scammed, people be searchin' for scams, and, as the latest installment in this abysmal summer shows, people be creatin' scams for the purposes of viral videos. On Sunday, a group of " guys" gathered in New York City's Union Square park, each thinking they were meeting up with a woman they'd met on Tinder for a date. As the New York Times reports , model Natasha Aponte spent the past few months matching with men on the app, and recently told them all to meet her for what they assumed would be a one-on-one date in the park. But then they showed up, and slowly discovered they were all there to meet the same woman, and did as men do: got mad.