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The State Press asked students to share their disaster dates, heavy heartbreaks and sweet successes on dating apps. Some people call it a nightmare, some people call it a fun Saturday night — others call it Tinder. Tinder has undoubtedly revolutionized the dating scene in the six years since it was released on the App Store. In the age of technology, millennials and the Gen. Z crowd have quickly adapted to the world of online dating with the pervasive use of apps like Tinder, BumbleGrindr and more. To explore these disaster dates, heavy heartbreaks, sweet successes and just plain weird interactions on dating apps, The State Press spoke with ASU students about these experiences.
Their responses have been edited for clarity and length.
I took a Lyft there and back, and he paid for both of them, which was really nice. He also paid for lunch, and I mean, I had a good time. After the date, he randomly Venmoed me dollars. He said that he was a football player and he was transferring to CU Boulder to play football.
We went on a date. I really liked him, and he really liked me. So we started kind of seeing each other.
I hung out with his friends, he hung out with my friends. I told my mom about him, and she said she had a bad feeling about it.
So my mom Googled his name, and he had ly been convicted of rape. It turns out he went to one of those colleges for people who had gone to jail. So the guy says he has to go to the bathroom and about five minutes later a waiter walks up to me.
He tells me this guy has been to this restaurant eight times with girls and left them all to pay. Our bill was like dollars. I seriously thought asu tinder was hell but mfs in wyoming only post pics of them in cowboy hats and tractors i'm gonna go count my blessings. This is where I knew, in this moment, I screwed up. I'm the one that's driving, and he has a nicer car than me. We only made it up halfway, because he was out of breath. So I still have people on Snapchat that I met like three years ago that I'd never met in person, but I still follow along with what they do with their life and it's a very weird in between.
I'm like at a party and I see someone, I'm like, 'how do I know them?
For students on Tinder, I think my biggest piece of advice is to know what you're looking for before you start meeting people. Keeping an open mind is also important because there's so many different people, especially if you're an ASU student using it. So just keep an open mind to the kind of person you may be looking for because you never know what a person's really like until you give them the chance to really talk to you and open up.
Toggle. Tinder Diaries: ASU students confess dating app stories The State Press asked students to share their disaster dates, heavy heartbreaks and sweet successes on dating apps.
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