Herbivore hook-up sites have been around for years now, but until recently I've not heard much from my vegan friends about them. Like everyone else, they mostly stick to Tinder, or Bumble, or talking to real people with their mouths. As a vegan myself, I wondered if the record amount of people apparently doing "Veganuary" this year might prompt an uptick in the number of people using these apps. To investigate, I decided to sign up to a few them and have a flick through in the hope I'd find a more compassionate, animal-friendly partner or whatever it is people use these things for. First up, I downloaded Hunny Bee, which is basically a shit Bumble. I found it weird they named the app after a food vegans actively avoid, but then remembered I'm a bad vegan who sometimes eats honey, shrugged and moved on.
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Dating App Addiction is Real
Interacting with a dating app——tweaking your profile, replying to intriguing messages, ignoring messages from idiots——can feel like it's own job. Sure, it's exciting at first to be matched with a semi-attractive local. But after a few awkward dates and brushes with legit weirdos, the disappointment and frustration from using these apps can make even the most optimistic person turn jaded about modern romance. It turns out using dating apps is more complicated than one might think.
If you use dating apps to meet people, chances are you've used Bumble and Tinder. They polled 1, Millennials over nine months via the polling company Whatsgoodly. When they asked, "Is there a difference in what you use Tinder or Bumble for? Perhaps this news does not surprise you.