Forget Tinder, Blind dates are now available from the comfort of your couch | #tinder | #pof


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Tired of swiping left and right on potential suitors? Think your dating days are on hold just because of quarantine regulations? Well, now you can get matched up with hand-picked blind dates that you can meet without even leaving your lounge room.

Dating in these social distancing days suck. How in the world are we supposed to create a relationship just based off of a two-line Tinder profile, alone? However, since we can’t go out and meet potential boyfriend material in the real world, dating app Get Swanned has teamed up with Soirée Events to match you up with blind dates that you can attend on a Zoom call.

Thought Zoom was just for work meetings that you’re undoubtedly snoozing through? Think again, as you can now (potentially) find your one true love. You can even bring a friend along for the ride, which is obviously much more helpful than texting them a code word so they create some sort of fake emergency that you have to ‘leave to attend’ in the event of a date gone wrong.

Enticed? All you have to do is grab your best mate, and email [email protected] with the basics. Include your names, ages, professions, where you’re from, and links to your socials, and you’ll be on your way to your dream date.

Get Swanned and Soirée Events have the whole thing in hand – they’ll take all the info and hand-select dates for both you and your friend to attend via a Zoom call. They’ll even provide some ice-breaker questions to get you started so you don’t have to awkwardly stare at your date wondering just what in the heck to say.

The dates will be held all throughout this month and next, and be on either Fridays or Saturdays. All you have to do? Wait for the match-makers to give you the details and make sure you’re on time to your date. I mean, do you really have any other plans?





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