From FaceTime and instant messaging to the plethora of social media platforms on the internet, “interconnected” has perhaps become the most fitting term to describe contemporary society. And indeed, with our ability to communicate with anyone at the click of a button, we now have more opportunities to connect than ever before
. All of this considered, one question remains: Why do so manyAmericans
feel more lonely now than ever?
Dating apps are making it harder to make meaningful connections.
The ultimate goal of online dating apps should be to function as a conduit in creating committed relationships, right? Wrong. The realm of online dating has become a multi-billion dollar industry — an industry that profits primarily off of user addiction, especially by keeping its users single. The way that the industry accomplishes this is twofold, relying on qualities ofgamification and what psychologist Barry Schwartz refers to as the “paradox of choice.”
Bro hack the game to your favour
Take HQ pics, create a fantasy
It's like Instagram, you can complain or just build a dope lifestyle that gives that hoe FOMO.
I have zero photos on my iG and I just post stories
Taking a limo to grab Ice cream at 4AM with some hoes
Mansion party story
On a yacht (highest response)
At the spa with this hoe
And these hoes be hitting ya up to join in on the fun lmao
It's like Advertising... "Cambridge Analytics" documentary spreads fear...
People use basic Facebook Ads to make mills.
Find the formula and extort it.
Anyways personally for me, I hate dating apps as unless the hoe is chasing you and is super super down for who you are, you will get drowned in the sea of Joes w/ Fishes and Trucks.
And Im a terrible texter. My style is super direct.
Be polarizing and memorable. Do what it takes to win or not lol. Everything works if you're committed to it.