It really takes a lot for somebody to understand an extra marital affair.
(And yes, I know it was Lisa they liked, but that flare belonged to me.) Sitting on the couch studying Tinder profiles that night, my husband took the phone saying, “You’re doing this wrong,” and began swiping left and right like a windshield wiper. Anyway, Lisa, the love of your life was almost certainly among those half-dozen guys he passed over before I could grab the phone back.
When you hear the words "dating app," you probably envision Boomerang-style snippets of endless profile reels and swiping right (ehhh, left) until you score a date or turn your phone off in defeat.
That's because dating apps have only ever been known to facilitate meetings with strangers -- and because 15% of American adults today online date -- numbers that have nearly tripled since 2013.
There is a French app that was created for married couples who want to break free from their boring married lives.
The app called Gleeden made its way to India recently.