This phone app allows users to take pics or videos that are all set to disappear after a given amount of time. If users try to save them via a screenshot or something similar, they are thwarted and the sender is alerted that they even tried. You can also write messages, or make little Perez Hilton-esque drawings, on top of your pictures and videos.
People who meet on dating sites are quicker to tie the knot than those who meet in the real world — dating for an average of just over 18 months before getting hitched, compared to 42 months for those who meet offline.
To all my single friends, I suggest this: Rather than spend another night talking to another balding banker, or worse, suffer through a complete dry spell, why not make dates come to you?
No matter which side of the dating spectrum you’re on, there is definitely an online dating service that’s right for you.
Like shopping online, you can view images, compare features, and order up men who want to come to your neighborhood to buy you dinner. Be skeptical when browsing potential love interests; 81% of people online lie about their height, weight or age on dating profiles.
The bad news is that it’s a service called Smell Dating, where you have to wear a shirt without deodorant for three days, send it to the Smell Dating people, and then wait for them to send you other people’s dirty shirts to see if you like how they smell enough to want to meet them and potentially smell them for the rest of your life.
At Smell Dating we understand the metrics of compatibility are chemical; connection is a matter of intercourse not interface.
Those folks have sent some stuff that could potentially ruin their lives and careers.
Luckily for them, I am not technical or vindictive enough to exercise anything with that information. According to an ABC news article, a new app called Snap Hack Pro lets users save Snaps to their i Phone photo gallery without letting the sender know.
The app may be clever but someone more clever (or the government!