I would suggest a coffee shop for the first date. You can see this one coming from a mile away, but nothing you can do about it!
Kayla had been flirting with a guy she met on Tinder for about 6 months. She was never really interested, but when he invited her onto his boat for Labor Day, she finally gave in and agreed to meet him.
After arriving at the dock, Kayla realized something was wrong.
“When I got there I could tell something was up because he was kind of standoffish, which seemed weird considering he’d been trying to get a date with me for six months and had sent five texts that morning confirming I was going to be there,” Hutch told the Daily Dot. “However, I thought he was just shy so I went on the boat. There were about 20 women and 5 men on the boat, so I ended up talking to some 21-year-olds. I asked how they knew the guys and they said they’d met Emad on Tinder and this was the first time they’d gotten together.”
Kayla knew she had made a massive mistake, so she started documenting the entire event and posting the videos to Facebook.
Take a look:
Kayla’s friends, back on dry land, were a little worried about her, and started a “Where’s Kayla?” campaign online. Kayla responded by giving out her date’s instagram address, and the hilarity escalated.
She even broadcasted on Facebook Live, “If there is anyone on Lake Michigan, please come and save me!”
Fortunately there were other boats in the area, and, along with another angry passenger (one of the other girls!), Kayla found rescue.
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New research shows that there are 50 million active users on Tinder, who check their accounts 11 times per day and spend an average of 90 minutes per day on the app. Even celebrities, it seems.
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But, if all of this means nothing to you, you’re going to want to know exactly what is Tinder and how does Tinder work?
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So, Tinder… tell me more?
It’s an online dating app. When it first came on the scene, it was used more as a hook-up/casual sex app because it finds you potential matches based on their proximity to you, but now almost everyone seems to be on it.
Continue Reading At MarieClaire, and Good Luck! There are a lot of great people out there. Just don’t be like Kayla and get on a boat on the first date!