It has been reported in past years that the Olympics are basically one big orgy that includes the most athletic and attractive people in the world. Well apparently, the sport of hooking up has become a lot more efficient thanks to the Olympians using the fast growing mobile dating app Tinder.
For those that don’t know, Tinder is essentially a location and picture based dating app, which allows one to quickly confirm or deny possible dates by swiping people to the left or right. The app has been all the rage in the past year with its departure from traditional dating site matching programs and dating profiles. This dating app is basically all about pictures and honestly isn’t that what most people look at first anyways?
The Olympic village in Sochi, Russia is now teaming with over 3,000 athletes, all surging with testosterone and sex. Even some notable hot female snowboarders, such as Jamie Anderson, have already talked about the use of Tinder at the Olympic village saying the following:
“Tinder!” Anderson exclaimed in an interview with Peros. “Tinder in the Olympic Village is next level. It’s all athletes! In the mountain village it’s all athletes. It’s hilarious. There are some cuties here.”
Another female snowboarder from New Zealand, Rebecca Torr, has been tweeting about her experiences using the Tinder app and even got a response from the Tinder team asking how many matches she’s gotten so far.
— Tinder (@Tinder) February 9, 2014
There’s no doubt that these new dating apps such as Tinder are major game changers in the online dating world and it would probably do big dating companies such as Match and eHarmony some good to figure out how to get into this game. Frankly, I’ve been finding it to be a bit of a pain in the ass to deal with traditional dating sites, and apps like Tinder seem to make things a little bit easier and a lot more fun. After all isn’t that how dating should be done? Heck, if the top athletes in the world are using it then it is certainly something to check out.
Has anyone here used Tinder? I’d love to know what your impressions are of the app in the comments section below.