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Hinge Now Wants You to Pay to Find Love In This Miserable World

Hinge has officially switched from a balls-to-the-wall free hookup app model to a subscription-based service for the real relationship-seekers among us. Which means you’re gonna have to pay to escape the dark trenches of loneliness. Read more...
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