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You mean to tell me I can sit on my couch, in my boxers and a wife-beater with a pizza stain, and be able to talk to and possibly convince women to go out with me? I'll admit to using Tinder, and I have no shame in saying I've used Tinder at the gym, at work, in the car, at a stop light and on my couch while stewing in my own filth.The best part is, my matches don't know the difference. Your Tinder game needs to be strong when it comes to the conversation.As the four dates try to win the heart of Courtnee (a burgeoning veterinarian’s assistant who loves animals, hanging out with family, and going outside), the episode is overloaded with obnoxious cartoonish graphics that attempt to be the punchline to every line of dialogue.Shots of Courtnee staring off in doubt are met with cartoon thought bubbles carrying “witty” zingers like “Wow, he’s a catch…” Cue the flounder graphic.He’s been a great friend, and I know he’s a very kind person.
You is a global singles community and matchmaking service.Tired of mixed messages, confusing signals, and of playing the dating game?Dating expert Zack Oates has experienced it all in this comical guide that will keep you happy and laughing.Bad video tracking, fuzzy picture quality, and a consistent low-res VHS filter over the entire episode is an appreciated touch that goes far.
If you’re familiar with any of the reality dating shows that are being parodied here, like , then the seamless job copying these programs should be abundantly clear.
I even put a few hints out there to my son that I had this book and quoted a couple of lines at him, only to see the wary look in his eye.