Stitch aims to set-up people who are geographically close to each other for romance, activities or simple phone conversations. ” Anyone who’s ever used Tinder knows most people on there are not looking for a companion. They define companionship as including the entire spectrum of introducing someone new into your life.Companionship in their words “covers friends, marriage, and everything in between.” There’s less of an emphasis on sex and physical appearance and there’s no system of rating like on other apps.No personal information needs to be given until the user actually wants to.
After a day of dry lectures and an evening of happy hours and conference socializing, we were tired, a bit tipsy, and slightly giddy.
I was delighted to learn that they didn't equate being a sexagenarian -- which scared the s*** out of me, I can tell you -- with having one foot in the grave. The users' flightiness is still there, but no longer is it a dedicated forum for randy young guys and lovelorn girls.
It has evolved into a proper microcosm of our society, and the over-50s -- so many of whom are footloose and fancy-free after relationship break-ups -- have taken to it with a vengeance.
These guys are probably all a bunch of sorry-ass losers who've struck out at love and know nothing. If you're single and 50 years old, you've probably seen it all, done it all, dated it all, and chances are, have a bad attitude about it all. Everyone in the 50-something dating pool has had their fair share of hookups, breakups, and fuck ups, and that's a good thing. The truth is, dating in your 50s can blow sometimes, but it doesn't have to suck.
In fact, midlife can be a great time to be single, and my man friends here agree.
As we sipped wine and gazed out at the hotel's infinity pool and the lights of the city, we talked about how nice it would be have to have a date with us.