As a serial non-responder, I can recall the number of Good Messages I’ve gotten pretty easily. “I see that Pikachu on your shelf.” I’d used the selfie in question for months, and not a single person had ever pointed that out.
Instantly, I’d learned that this person had actually looked at my profile and was dorky enough to correctly identify the pokémon casually sitting on my bookshelf.
If you want to avoid a verbal slap or a reminder of our impending mortality, keep it light.
’s second season, viewers took their love and adoration for the show to a place made for love and adoration: dating apps.
There is no perfect pickup to attract the human of your dreams, mostly because people are not compliment repositories for you to dump clever lines into in exchange for love, devotion, or sex.
Much the same as Tinder, Happn connects you with people in your area, showing matches within just 250 metres from you.
I advised any would-be daters against using the line because really, where’s the originality?
As the show — and that joke — grow in popularity, your chances of standing out by using it are dropping drastically. There are far more reasons to ignore someone you’ve matched with than there are reasons to engage. Was that swipe an accident, or a mischievous friend?