Who you actually find: A hundred women who never move past the first swipe.
Get: App Store Get: Google Play It is: Essentially Tinder, but for threesomes.
Get: App Store Get: Google Play It is: Essentially Tinder, but for rich people.
The catch: You gotta make over 0K a year or be voted in based purely on your looks.
So definitely use those apps for what you want (in this case, boning), but be careful while you're at it.
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The catch: Your profile must have three witty/charming/personal answers to Hinge's pre-selected questions.
Who you want to find: A beautiful stranger who's down.
The catch: Faking chemistry with one person is one thing. Who you want to find: Two ungodly attractive individuals who you will never have to see again.
Who you actually find: Two similarly inexperienced individuals who won't make this any less awkward.
The catch: Women are only sent matches who've already expressed interest. Who you actually find: A flighty 23-year-old who likes talking about his abdominals.
Who you want to find: Whoever the algorithm deems fit. Get: App Store Get: Google Play It is: An app that literally tracks you, showing you when and how often you cross paths with other users. Who you want to find: The girl with the dimples you've seen at the corner store twice.
On the other hand, I want to have sex with a guy who is covered in tattoos, will ask to borrow rent money, and who will never call me again.