Meet friends for dating
“In the ‘olden days’ it would not have been like this,” she told me.
“Anyone you went out with would have some kind of existing connection, whether it was work, the pub, the gym, mutual friends, or family.
You're in some of the same classes, probably share similar socioeconomic backgrounds, and, except in rare circumstances, live in close proximity, making it easy to get together for friend dates.
You're so nice, and I don't want to lead you on in any way.
There would be some kind of link and common ground; otherwise you would never have met.
Now we meet and get involved with people from completely different worlds “In many ways I think this is good - it's very refreshing to move out of the same stagnant pond.
I’ve managed to cobble together a wonderful group of people who have helped me navigate my 20s over countless beers at many happy hours – but making friends just isn’t as easy as an adult as it was in college or high school.
So when the dating app Bumble launched its BFF feature in early March – which, instead of finding romantic partners for users, finds friends – I wanted to learn more.
The same applies to Bumble BFF (available to men and women), except either user can start the conversation.