Those seeking love aren’t want for options — at least when it comes to dating apps.
Dozens of services now let users connect with others based on religion, sexuality, race, hobbies, specific sexual interests, or even just a love of bacon.
I wouldn’t recommend signing up a friend or family member up for an account.
But, what struck us about online-dating tales in particular is how extreme they can be.
It seems like you either go on the worst date of your life or tumble into a love-at-first-sight situation. What about the politics of what to put in a profile?
The majority of the most popular dating apps — like Tinder, Happn, and Hinge — don’t allow users to share or upload videos.
Even newer apps, like Hater or Wingman, stick to photos.
Video-dating services enjoyed popularity in the ‘80s, when suitors would record personal profiles on VHS tapes to be sorted and distributed to potential matches by dating services.
Clips of these cringe-worthy videos exist online today, where subjects speak directly into a camera about who they are and what they’re looking for.You’ve seen the commercials for dating sites such as e Harmony where they show a success story of two strangers finding their soul mate and falling deeply in love.The parody is done with the typical sappy piano music as they recount the enchanting details of their fairy tale romance: A lot of people on dating sites aren’t looking for their one true love, but rather their one true great fuck. Here, we've attempted to capture that uncomfortable — and often hilarious — adventure.Starring: Vanessa Golembewski, Joe Phillips, Alex Granito, Darin Bresnitz, Ben Wilson, Jo Young, Christopher Michael Beer, Samantha Yu, Leeann Duggan, Marin Moore, James Bruffee, Axel Esquite, Darwin Deleon. The clip above will give you a demo, but it's simple to execute if you're keen to try it out.