HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found in /home/howwe/public_html/on line 275 Mariah Carey is single and looking for love online.
In the singer’s latest music video for her single “Infinity,” a scene shows Carey searching for love on a dating site. In her profile, she cleverly quotes her own lyrics: I need a lover to give me The kind of love That will last always I need somebody uplifting To take me away I want a lover who knows me Who understands how I feel inside Someone to comfort and hold me Through the long lonely nights‘Till the dawn Why don’t you take me away I have heard every Joke about my name so save it.
There probably isn’t a George Clooney in the mix, but maybe there’s someone with peppered hair or kind eyes. The app definitely sounds slightly off-putting, but I’ve thought about this idea before.
Well, a few weeks ago, my lovely editor shot me an email asking me to try out a dating site that, for all intents and purposes, sounded like 2014's answer to the douchey Live Journal groups of the mid-aughts. ), and it recently made waves when applicants reportedly underwent drastic makeovers in order to gain admission.
One guy did say my username is a tongue twister, which, okay, it's my just my super-common first plus my super-common middle name, so, dumb. I did partake in a little for-funsies voting this evening...although, the only person I've thumbsed-down so far posted a photo of his sports car and not himself, because, come on.
Because it has to be said: Not everyone on the site is a hands-down 10.
Tinder built its app empire on the idea that dating is superficial, so now, multiple students at the New Jersey Institute of Technology are leaning into that idea.
They have developed a new dating app called Face Date that relies on a facial recognition algorithm to generate potential matches.