Michiel wrote:^Thx Mainshow!
I also had Planetromeo and Grindr. I don't really like the chat features on Tinder and all, but it really is the most "decent" platform of them all in my eyes... The other two are more sex-oriented which makes them more suited for hook-up searching which is fine too obviously.
It's kind of weird I always thought that after my relationship (I was together for 5 years) I would go in slut-modus just like back in the day. Surprisingly the opposite is happening, I really can't have sexual encounters with people I just met. It just doesn't work for me anymore. The idea doesn't arouse me at all, even if the person seems to be a stud. It's no judgement by the way, cause sometimes I wish I could. For now those days are behind me so it seems...
Really? I've never had the impression that Tinder is more "serious". - Wow, 5 years... that's a very long time. It's a pity that it didn't work out for you two. I had been already pretty much devastated after being in a realitionship for 2 years (we also talked about spending our lives together, moving in together etc.). My dreams were shattered and I guess that I'm more "careful" now... I've never been "single"/"without a guy"/"random hook-ups" since I turned 16. #strange
It's really the same like me
When I broke up with my shitty asshole boyfriend last August, I thought that I would be "free again" and try new things out and party hard like I did when I was 16 to 21 years-old but seriously, now I simply enjoy watching TV series, reading books, having nice and deep conversations with others and go on several trips. I guess, we have simply changed and that's why Grindr or Planetromeo don't really suit to our personalities anymore.
I've definitely become a relationship person but it's so difficult to find someone without using those stupid apps. Perhaps I need to give Tinder another try.