writers-dating review

My words are a bit sharper than my looks, so the idea <a href="https://datingranking.net/writers-dating/">read here</a> behind Loveflutter really appeals to me


Rather than swiping left or right based entirely on a few pictures, Loveflutter asks you to provide a quirky fact about yourself, and then obscures your picture behind it. To see someone else's photo, you'll have to decide whether you like their fact or not. It's still easy enough to be superficial, but it gives you the chance to put your sense of humor and (hopefully interesting) personality right out front.

It only took me two days to come up with my interesting fact, which is “One time I got my hand stuck in a jar of organic peanut butter.” Pretty great, right? I didn't hear anything back on Loveflutter, I assume because of the meteoric rise of peanut allergies? There's got to be a way to find women who share interests with me. With the next app, I will try to avoid another peanut misstep.


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