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Hinge's Animated Short Film Shows How to Avoid the Dystopian Carnival of Online Dating

On a Sunday afternoon recently in New York's Bryant Park, three men were sitting outside talking about the woes of dating. "I found my soul mate, but then swiped left in hopes of finding a better looking soul mate," one joked. The dark humor shows the serious problem that many young people around the world now face when it comes to online dating. Faced not only with a myriad of dating app choices like Tinder, Bumble and Coffee Meets Bagel, many have become exhausted with dead-end conversation and even more dead-end swiping.
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