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Finding your soulmate is priceless. Sure. But do you have to use a paid site to find a real relationship? Does a monthly fee really weed out people who aren’t taking the process seriously? This wasn’t really an issue before 2012, but the Tinder-led surge of 30-second profiles and instant access to all single folks within 10 miles gave sites with tedious personality analyses and upscale subscriptions a run for their money — literally. Vox said what we’re all really thinking: “At what point in the completely nightmarish process of

Anyone who’s been doing the online dating thing for a while knows that there’s hookup culture and then there’s long-term relationship dating culture. Most online dating sites have a mix of both, and after living with online dating as an increasingly ubiquitous option for the past 20 years, the general public (mostly) sees dating sites as a super normal means to find casual dates or a hookup. But what if you’re looking for a serious relationship or even something long-term? What if you just don’t want to be alone on

Tangerine $0 for free version, $4.99/month or $29.99/year for premium View Product The Good Simple and pretty design • Easy to use • Doesn’t rely on push notifications The Bad No Android version • Could use more premium features The Bottom Line Tangerine combines the advantages of habit tracking apps and mood tracking apps for a unique and insightful way to analyze your routines.

The bisexual community has an inside joke that describes what it’s like to date as a bi person: People think it means double the options or double the fun, but it really just means double the rejection. Self-deprecating jokes like this one are at the core of the Single People Club regardless of sexuality, but bisexual people do face extra roadblocks in the dating world. True: Online dating sucks for everyone. Horny jerks disguise themselves as relationship seekers, your DMs are constantly filled with bad pickup lines and overly-persistent creeps,

Eventually, the digital revolution comes for everything, even our nostalgic hobbies.  That revolution now includes one of the most nostalgic hobbies of all — baseball cards — which have seen a resurgence in the past few years thanks to a movement into the digital realm. Baseball cards are bringing in big money, especially for Topps, the industry giant who remains on top after decades in business. This transition to electronic cards has led to a resurgence in the industry even as some fans have spurned them, continuing to collect only

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