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And anyway, it’s highly unlikely that there’s some perfect couple out there waiting to complete us..a prickly wordsmith with a penchant for and home canning; he a bowtie-wearing Marxist video game player. We’re looking for friends who are equally at home at the symphony and playing Kinect in our living room, and, although they enjoy grooving at all the latest clubs, really enjoy a quiet bourbon at home.
Everyone understands if you’re too busy to find a boyfriend or sick of trolling bars or have exhausted all of your setup options.We love life and discovering all that this city has to offer, and we’re just trying to find that special couple to share it with. According to its website, 3nder, pronounced 'threen-der', is geared towards 'all swingers, newbies, curious and experienced' who are 'discriminated by society the same way gay people were 15 years ago'. Although we’ve each managed to make some pals on our own, it’s a little weird to invite a single girl or guy to join the two of us for the spring party at our wine club in Napa. Considering the preponderance of online dating options that cater to the nichiest of niches—survivalists, Trekkies, hotties, potheads, hot potheads—it seemed almost impossible that there wasn’t a dating site geared toward couples who wanted to connect with other like-minded couples for fun, adventure, and wine tasting. And as I perused the profiles of other nice-looking couples in the Bay Area who were just there to make friends, I found myself thinking, Ahem. And they’re so mistrusted that many have to put up huge disclaimers assuring visitors that they are not secretly trying to organize swingers’ parties.After this flash of brilliance, I had the business plan all figured out in my head (along with my millions of dollars in profits): couples would upload a profile detailing their background and interests, and could connect with other local couples who wanted to branch out and broaden their social circles. I’d already almost finished writing our hilarious, enchanting profile as well as mentally planning our new gang’s future Halloween parties and boozy baby showers when I stumbled upon a most unfortunate fact. So I guess that there’s at least one reason why “couples dating” has not become the Next Big Internet Thing.Married couple, early thirties, seeks same for enjoyable evenings spent enjoying cool restaurants, drunken afternoons in wine country, and general hooliganry. Encyclopedic pop culture knowledge and love of video games a plus. Youngs, you know how people say that it gets harder to make friends as you get older? And if you’re a couple looking for other couples to hang out with, it’s double-true.
So when you’re a married couple who gets transplanted across the country, far away from most of your friends and family, you’re pretty much screwed.
Maybe another reason is that couples dating just presents too many veto opportunities.
It’s tough enough trying to get two people together—trying to perfectly mesh music tastes with gastronomic preferences, plus figuring out where the other party stands on controversial topics such as Peeps or the Real Housewives.
“So many dating products today, including our Carousel product, are heavily reliant on first impressions,” says Braley.
“Certainly as your main profile photo you really want to avoid it.” And if you’re a cat person, or you happen to roll with man’s best friend, it’s even worse.
But get this — full-body photos net users (either men or women) 203% more pick-ups on the site.