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I'm a Disney girl at heart and I really thought I would find my Troy Bolton (Zac Efron's character in High School Musical) in high school. The fact that we live in the era of “Netflix and chill” doesn't make things any better, either.
Everybody's using online dating apps and it's not weird or taboo anymore. My roommate and I do "parallels" — Tinder dates where we go out with two guys to the same place and pretend not to know each other.
For me, the online side of things has made meeting new people really easy, especially within the more niche subcultures out there. Jillian Szacki, 24, works in advertising I love to be alone. Even if the date's awful, we still have something to laugh about.
Now, don't get me wrong — I'm not bitter — but I'm certainly waiting for chivalry to make a comeback. Taycia Chaplin, 24, works at an ad agency How do I meet people? I feel like that's the only way to meet people outside of my circle of friends.
I've actually made really good friends off Ok Cupid. It's a good time sink, it's kind of fun just swiping through.