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Soon, there was a flood and it spiraled out of control. If you’re a decent guy who has sold out on his moral values, you will find cheap replacements and a good romp that’s worth forgetting the next morning.It was like being hit in the face with a gazillion balls (pun so friggin’ intended) and you just kept flapping your hands vaguely to breathe or avoid being hit or just whatever. But, at some point, I decided to give up and just go to sleep. If you’re the sicko, you probably got blocked enough to make OKC want to shut you down; unless of course you found a girl who has just been dumped and needs validation; sometimes, we all do. In short, you stand a chance with OKC, with a 100% chance of scoring at least once.Enter Omegle—a platform where you literally talk to strangers from around the world. There’s a timer that keeps throwing you options of random people to talk to—no image is revealed throughout the conversation. Men, now you know where to go, at all points of time. Out of the 50 odd people I chatted, switched to and from, 1 ended up holding a decent conversation.If not, you can continue to have interesting conversations on OKC with a crowd that is hipster and old-school at heart (putting aside the creeps, of course).My Ratings: 3/5 Technically, it’s not a dating app. I heard about it from a friend whose benefits were starting to dwindle and wanted to see if there was something new to try. First, the friend with dwindling benefits found reason to believe again. We found some interesting people to chat with and who were experimental enough to try (weird) things that some would call incredibly sexually progressive. Second, I tried it alone one night when I wanted to see if there was more to these people than just weird sexual urges.But, what I particularly like is it asks you a bunch of questions that actually make sense—Are you a Morning person? OKC also filters a percentage attraction between two people; for instance, you are 50% compatible, based on your profile information and preferences.
I found some, I kept some, I lost some and I got some!
*wink* So, which of the following apps really worked, when it came to “finding that soulmate” [sic], and which ones made my eyes hurt? This is literally the grandfather of all dating apps.
Ok Cupid probably owned the block and then, sublet them out to other dating apps on rent.
It’s pretty rudimentary when compared with the more recent, technologically trendy and user-friendly apps. It then asks you to pick from a bunch of people based on looks and age, to gauge your type.
If someone were to mistakenly snag our phones, they’d see more unknown messages than the FBI received ISIS threats in a year (no offence, guys).
Given that the world, and especially our country, is full of creeps ready to flaunt their Haryanvi attitude with aplomb that even Sylvester Stallone lacked—don’t ask me why—how do you choose, segregate and judge when you’re in a pool of wannabes and despos? Yes, I went out there and tried every single one of these dating apps all by myself—battled the sickos, the creeps and came out untouched (well, not really, but you get the point)!