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But I felt pressure to have as many conversations as possible, because I didn’t have the Internet to fall back on.
One night that stands out in particular: I was at the Satellite Room in Washington with a few friends, chatting with a friend of a friend of a friend who was cute and seemingly single. I should be making the most of my time and talking to as many people as possible, right?
So I’m ready to get back online, perhaps with a bit more enthusiasm and patience for the process.
As I do that, I’m keeping in mind the words of Elan Gale, who created the hilarious Instagram feed Tinder Nightmares.
I wanted to take advantage of cool connections I was making in real life as I was making them, rather than hoping to run into the person again virtually.
So I logged off of Bumble, Hinge, Happn, JSwipe and Tinder, and I haven’t touched them since.
If you’re feeling similarly bored, or over- or underwhelmed by online dating — and want to take a similar break in the new year — here are the pros and cons of my three months off the dating apps: Pro: When you’re not online-dating, it’s easier to focus on one potential partner at a time. But there is something powerful about evaluating one person at a time, without the daily influx of new matches.
Why, if you can Google a restaurant’s hours, would you just show up and hope they’re open — only to find out that they’re closed on Mondays?
 Pro: No tedious and often dead-end conversations with matches.
Online dating involves a lot of time and effort that can feel like wasted energy but is just part of the search.
I hope you never get laid again.” I resist the urge.
If I don’t reply to your message once, it is possible it just got lost in the shuffle. Also, negative energy bums me out and I have no use for it in my love life, thanks.