Now, tell me: why should I use Bumble to meet up with some dude from my town who's already hooked up with six of my friends when I can use Ohlala and get PAID to do nothing but show up looking pretty? After a few minutes of searching through the App Store (you'd be surprised at how many developers are trying to make "ohlala" a thing), the app doesn't technically exist in the US yet.
The last time I legitimately dated, Tinder hadn't even been created yet. So the whole swipe-to-meet concept is completely new territory, one that I've been doing my best to avoid.He worked at a startup; he was visiting New York on business."I was like, oh, he’s kind of …" Neither had plans that night, so they started figuring out where they could meet up for a drink.The ages ranged from 37 to 50 — meaning 12 years my senior, at best — but I guess it would be naïve of me to think that anyone within my desired age group would be willing to pay for the same girl they could meet on Tinder (or in a bar) for free.It's those two words (if you can consider "bb" a word) that almost turned me off of online dating for all of eternity.