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"Studies show that 90 percent of emails DON' T get a response—so you've got to pedal the bike hard to start to get some responses," she says.
Right away, I checked out his profile, liked what I read, and sent him a message. In a span of a month, we went through all the online “getting to know you” stages.
Epic emails of a thousand words each turned into daily text chats on Skype.
With dating apps as our metaphorical free pass, we appear to be zipping through this dystopian carnival of love with our trademark extremism, only to be confronted by an ardent sense of nausea at the end of each ride.
As I watch my friend massacre her phone, my mind drifts to my rookie Tinder days, which coincide with my time living in Paris.
My own encounters revolved around OK Cupid and Plenty of Fish, both of which are free dating sites.