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My friends and I used to play a game in bars where we’d try to guess a dude’s profession by their footwear.
One of us preferred finance types (preppy loafers); I looked for cool sneakers (probably a videographer moonlighting in a band).
We both avoided slip-on Aldo loafers (generic corporate douche) and men in Chucks (probably aspiring stand-up comics). For those who only date lawyers, or doctors, or “entrepreneurs,” this is great news.
Of course, as dictated by the wisdom of Tinder, OKCupid, and the number of “stand-up comics” I know, I'm not sure profession ultimately matters when it comes to getting laid. Unfortunately, for others, “run it up the flag pole,” suggests something altogether different in professional and extracurricular contexts.
But if you disagree, there's a new dating app just for you: Linked Up! For starters, the standard future-employer-approved Linked In headshot makes even the most suave and handsome among us look unfuckably dweeby.
, which offers users a way to “get the conversation going by already knowing what industry your match works in! (Would you want to date the corporate version of yourself at first glance?
” The interface is just like Tinder, but instead of accessing personal information from Facebook, Linked Up! Now potential bed buddies are judging each other by the information provided by a decidedly nonsexual site — what jobs they have held, the industry they work in, and where they went to school, all of which will lead to a “higher quality of matches,” explains Max Fischer, the 28-year-old creator, to The Wall Street Journal. ) And as the Cut has already explored, there is no boner-killer more potent than dating thinly veiled as networking, and no move creepier than trolling Linked In for ass.
I enjoy a hug with a friendly new acquaintance, but the physical intimacy stops there.
An undirected spooning urge simply never arises in me. Only for puppies.) For me, snuggling other humans is intimate, special and not always, but often, sexual — or All of that is to say, I might be the very last person on the face of this planet who should review an app that is essentially the Tinder of cuddling.So instead of reviewing Cuddlr, which launches in the i Tunes store on Thursday, I’ve decided to interview the founder to try to make sense of snuggle matchmaking.But first, here’s how it works: You log on, link up with your Facebook profile and start browsing for nearby cuddle partners.If someone looks especially smush-able, you send them a cuddle invite and they have 15 minutes to accept it.If all goes well, the app then leads you to each other for a body-pressing sesh in public or private, wherever you want.