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The internet wrought popular paid services like in 1995, JDate in 1997, and e Harmony in 2000, but it wasn’t until Tinder invented the addictive “swipe” in 2013 that online dating became a true free-for-all.
They’re free to use, but the psychology of gaming suggests that the more you use them, the more tempting it is to advance to the next level.
I know this figure because I upgraded my account to Tinder Gold, which presents you with a handy grid of people who have swiped right on you. You get five “super likes” a day and can “rewind” on users you swiped left on.
Seeing so many potential new sexy friends laid out right in front of me, who had already digitally “liked” me, was a stronger ego boost than snorting a line of cocaine while orgasming from Tom Hardy going down on me. You also get profile “boosts,” which apparently make you more visible.
Aside from sharks, other gold opening lines have included asking a rock climber if he’d rather be frozen to death or burned alive, asking a firefighter to send me a playlist of his favorite fire-themed songs, and asking a paranormal researcher if ghosts can get horny like humans do. (Puffy for the win, FYI.) While apps such as Bumble, where women must message first, try and combat this, Tinder has historically made it easy to slip into prescribed gender roles.
Man and woman match, woman waits for new mate to puff his feathers and approach.
I get all the low-pressure appeal of Tinder, with the reversed gender roles of Bumble—and I love the ego boost.