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Thursday’s when I care about you, then maybe on Friday I’ll be in love

In the face of online fatigue, some people are turning to face-to-face dating apps. This is why

21 June 2022 - 19:38 By Martin Graff

For the past two-plus years, people hoping to meet their soul mate in person have had a rough time. Lockdowns and uncertainty about social gatherings have led many to dating apps. People who feel they have lost months or years of their dating life may be eager to avoid the perils of dating apps — ghosting, back-burner relationships (https://theconversation.com/from-ghosting-to-backburner-relationships-the-reasons-people-behave-so-badly-on-dating-apps-179600) or just wasting time chatting with the wrong people...

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