Oh Thomas Ravenel, if only this study had been available for your edification before your fateful night in 2015, you’d be a couple hundred grand thicker. As the Countess knows money can’t buy you class but in your case, southern charm is tongue-in-cheek. Bravo, Andy Cohen.
So the study mentioned was conducted among 600-students between the ages of 19-29. According to these students, they do not have random encounters resulting from people they meet on tinder. Truth be told the students say that it rarely amounts to anything.
Back in October 2000, a website called “Hot or Not” was founded. On the site, you could upload your picture to let random people determine if you’re a yay or nay. It was the epitome of the rebel yell resonating look at me.
“Hot or Not” reminds me of Tinder. Yes, there are random chances left, right, and center. But be mindful of the chance it will be with someone who’s thirsty for something. Truth remains that whoever, wherever, whatever cannot be determined by virtual crystal-balling it. Hone your gut intuition and embrace the consequences. It may cost you a few pennies.
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