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The Reality of Dating Apps

If you had 40 eligible men or women surrounding you, what are the chances one of them will have the traits you want in a partner?


Apparently, the odds aren't awesome.


Watch this one woman and one man try to find a partner like you would on a dating app, except in this case, they're actually face to face with the people!


***turn on english subs!***


Woman searching for man:
Man searching for woman:
The results are actually pretty hilarious!

Have you ever tried a dating app?

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nope....met husband at college
Isn't this a coincidence? I just got back on dating apps after a year. I guess this time is much better because I didn't just focus on dating but on finding friends too. So I'm on SKOUT and Bumble. Bumble is a little confusing but I like that the woman has the power to initiate chat with someone and I like that skout is primarily for finding friends. Less creeps on those than plenty of fish. I never used tinder bc that just seemed like a meat market.
tinder is bad, I got kicked off for abiding by the rules...
This is super cool! I enjoyed both the female and the male version.
which one is the male version?
thank you for sharing this! wow it's weird seeing it in this type of setting how just asking a few questions can really limit who will stay and who will go. I didn't think the girl had been that picky about what she was looking for in a man but when the male did his it was different to see how they ask questions and what they focus on. I've done online dating before and never really considered how it looks approached in this light.
I found the woman searching for man really funny and cute! I found the man searching for women to be very sad. I felt terrible for that one man that had to ask such brutal questions to all the women! Most of them had to leave because they felt uncomfortable and not to mentioned offended! Yet only two women remained. So unfortunate!
also i thought it was weird that in the interview he said he didnt know about weight, but then he still posted an exact weight. like, he could have just said weight doesnt matter - but the fact that that thought didnt even occur to him sucks.
@kpopandkimchi Yeah, and women could pretend height and status and money don't matter. ;)
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