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Just be aware and maybe keep friends around who will be very honest with you.” -- Sam Sumpter is an Austin-based writer and bar frequenter who should probably take all of this advice into serious consideration.
If you find yourself on the market in your 40s, wading into the app-dating world can feel daunting.
If you know what you’re looking for, which by now you likely do, there’s no reason to waste time. Bumble is hugely popular, but the options for the over-40 crowd are fewer than in other age groups.
(Hence the lower rating on our part.) Bumble is similar to Tinder in the sense that you’ll swipe yes or no on potential matches, but it’s different in that the woman has to start the conversation in the first 24 hours after matching. Women tend to favor this app because there’s a lower chance of getting creepy one-liners as conversation openers, which in turn becomes a plus for men who want to meet women who are actually looking for the real deal. The most challenging thing about dating apps is dealing with the sheer volume of potential matches.
I don’t want to know his name or where he lives or what he does for a living.” -- “Maybe it's different for straight people, but when gays go to the gay bar on a first date it is tacky. It’s not about West Sixth, Sixth Street, Rainey Street.Remember: If you’re dating within an age group that might not be up to date on all the newest, trendiest apps, sometimes it’s better to stick with what people are familiar with. It’s known for being a more “serious” app, so if you’re looking to start up something long-term, this may be your best bet.Kelley Kitley, a Chicago-based psychotherapist who deals with relationships, says she would recommend Match above other apps because “you pay for the service, so it’s a higher caliber of people who might be more committed to the dating process.Gay bars is where gay men go to get messy and straight women go to act like they're in a zoo. Having an open heart and open mind, you never know. When you have bad vibes, you’re gonna get bad vibes.
So if you want to go to a bar for a first date, try somewhere intimate like Garage Bar.” -- “Austin is a great city to date in, but everyone craves that instant someone who is going to be the love of their lives, and that is just not practical in my eyes. [And] if she’s taking shots down, ramp up your game.” -- “As a girl, I feel like Tinder in Austin is useful only if you're looking for a dirty BMX boy or skater that's in town for the X-Games and wants to give you free drink coupons at Shakespeare's. Sometimes you gotta go fist-pump with the bros to get the hoes.” -- “These men will start asking like dads and preying on these girls’ daddy issues.
Love takes time to find, and you can date until you're blue in the face, but that in my opinion does not increase your odds of finding ‘the one.’ You just date more, have more half-assed connections, and more half-assed relationship failures.” -- “If you notice she has half her drink and you’re on your second, you might wanna stop drinking as fast. If you're looking for a man with a job who may or may not be married then hop on Bumble or better yet, ” -- “If you wanna get laid, join a social sports team -- it’s inevitable. Stay in your age group -- or at least the 10-year buffer on each side -- and don’t try to play the dad card.