That's what the creators of new dating app Twine are hoping you'll be into.
The app pairs you based on age, location, and common interests, and you can chat with potential matches but you'll see only a blurred version of their profile picture.
We can get up on our high horses all we want about how shallow and strictly hookup-based today's popular dating sites, like Tinder, are—but would you be willing to make a total 180 when it comes to finding love online?
As in, instead of immediately swiping based on profile pictures..would chat with people before ever seeing their profile picture at all.
But now there's Survivalist Singles.com, an online dating site for those who are prepping for "Doomsday." Its slogan?
"Don't face the future alone."While members differ on what will bring about "TEOTWAWKI" (The end of the world as we know it), the objective is similar: finding someone who won't look at you cockeyed when you trade in your car for milking cows.
From wishing one another on birthdays to celebrating an anniversary, the handsome pair typify modern-day Insta love.
Joanne and boyfriend Douglas Goodhart attend the Paper Mill Playhouse event in February 2019 The trajectory of Joanne and Douglas' romance, however, has yet to see them tie the knot after getting engaged. Safe to assume that if a couple of almost four years decide to get married, it will be a lavish wedding ceremony.
You can't explain why your truck is packed like you're always ready for an expedition--they don't get it," he said.
Despite showering each other with affection on social media, the lovebirds are yet to divulge information of their early courtship phase.
Almost dating for four years now, the former beauty queen and Douglas are an ever-present face on Instagram.
If you're too concerned about meeting someone you've never seen (I would be!
), you can eventually choose to reveal your pictures to each other, so there's that. Maybe as someone evidently in the bottom tier of OKCupid hotness (barf) I should be into this, but I don't know if I would.