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So if you've given up on traditional ways of meeting people, give Tinder a try, you never know. Today more than ever, there are a fantastic range of options for Naija gals and guys to find that perfect match, no matter whether it’s for a simple hook-up or something more serious.
Even if we think it might not translate in our immediate Nigerian environment, it actually does and very well for that matter.
Then again if that's what you're interested in...win-win.
Too much choice: There are literally thousands of choices open to you and as someone who has brain freeze when confronted with American cable television and its 9,000,000 channels, I can't deal with a smorgasbord of availability like that.
So the first time I paid any attention to Tinder was as a result of 'amebo'.
A friend had met a guy there, who she later found out was engaged (and is now married).
But a lot of people I met on there seemed surprisingly sincere and sensible and very open about the difficulty of finding The One.
Maybe it was a scam, didn't stick around to find out, but I think its well worth a try.You can also restrict your pool of contenders based on age, sex and location. First off I was titillated by the number of people I knew personally that I could see, I kept going "Oh my God thats so and so".Then I actually realized that I wasn't just seeing a bunch of pervy degenerates which I'd imagined Tinder must be chock-a-block with. A few were downright cool even, and came off as witty and intelligent and all that good stuff.You're basically less likely to get catfished or murdered.A lot of people on it are honestly looking for love: Prior to joining I thought once you matched with anybody on it you'd have a flurry of nudes flung at you accompanied by pervy one-liners.I was just like " In a busy city like Lagos, its a truth universally acknowledged that meeting people can be hellish and I definitely understand how a tool like Tinder can make that much easier, but I was also worried that Nigeria being the kind of society that evaluates female character based on sexual virtue, it could very well be abused by the people it seeks to help.