Editor’s note: Brenna Ehrlich and Andrea Bartz will be the sarcastic minds behind humor weblog and book Stuff Hipsters Hate. If they’re not trolling Brooklyn for new product, Ehrlich works being a connect editor at Mashable. and Bartz is news editor at Psychology Today.
(CNN) — internet dating appears like the pinnacle of modernity, an on-line meat market where glassy-eyed humans browse feasible suitors, sorted for simplicity of shopping by size, form and fabric that is moral.
Therefore advanced does it appear, so structured and slick-interfaced and “Jetsons”-esque, that it is very easy to ignore a really fundamental truth: internet dating is the freaking savanna. Circa 2 million years back. Like in, early humans tearing across the available grasslands without much respect for courtship courtesy.
We refuse to give a second look to those who don’t meet our physical requirements, rudely ignore those we don’t find worthy and generally let our ids run wild when we type in our logins and go surfing for love, out come all our animalistic instincts. Continua a leggere