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When I told people I was on Tinder looking for long-term commitment, I was met with more "lols" than "me too"s.
When you're navigating these sites as a heterosexual woman, you notice that most men don't believe the fact that they're using a dating site means that they're advertising themselves as someone looking for dating.
And definitely don't give out a fake number because no number is fake, and sorry to whoever's phone number I gave out, you received more than a few calls this weekend from potential suitors looking for some paternal approval.
I got a few interesting matches here and there, but for the most part, I was totally disappointed with my experience.
While the app calls itself a dating service, it's really more effectively geared towards nightcap partners and two-night stands and a lot of making and canceling of plans.
They tend to believe that woman should just understand the nature of these sites and not be disappointed when they say that they're actually just in town from Australia for the weekend and looking for some American booty.
I was surprised by the amount of men who were looking for a special some ONE. More men than I had anticipated were happy to speak with someone with clear objectives.
Hell, what would a guy think about a girl insisting he speak with her father before they get serious?