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One guy ran a super-successful coworking space in the city. A third was a graphic designer by day and a DJ by night. But I'm also pretty sure that guys aren't swiping based solely on your lipstick shade.
Now, when my Italian-American family asks me why, at the ripe old age of 26, I am still clinically single, I have an answer.
I've been single for five of the eight years I've lived in New York City, and have tried a huge variety of dating apps and websites — including a very weird week on Date British
(Hey, I'd just come back from London and am a sucker for an accent. ) My mother and I deduced that I went on over 70 first dates in 2015, and my dating habits have become a running joke among my office mates.
I decided that I'd only swipe right on people who I'd choose normally.
(Read: no shirtless mirror shots, no photos with sedated tigers, and no snaps of guys sitting astride zebras, which is a type of photo that exists.) But I had to swipe right on at least 10 dudes a day.