Originally written for HerCampus.com.
Bumble is pretty much like Tinder – at least from my inexperienced viewpoint. To be fair, up until now, I’d never used either and any knowledge I’ve garnered over the months (or maybe years, since Tinder was first released in 2012 and Bumble in 2014) comes largely from friends and, of course, the Internet (@TinderNightmares, that means you). I consider myself more of a traditional when it comes to dating, and if I’m being completely honest, I’m a sucker for movie meet-cutes, which means swiping right just doesn’t do it for me.
That said, I recently found myself trying way too hard to craft a witty but appealing bio for my Bumble profile. Hypocritical? Maybe, but it’s not what you think. Bumble lured me in, not because of my interests in finding cute guys within a five-mile radius who are DTF, but because I’m in desperate need of a BFF.
There, I said it. And it sounds just as pathetic out loud as it does in my head.
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