Planet out dating
Now I just wait the standard 20-minute response window and I’m golden. The social animals that we are, humans crave interaction and information, but could evolution have predicted that we would carry a 24-7 singles bar in our pockets, or that Valentine’s Day memes would one day replace flowers and chocolate?Maybe next weekend I can take her to that concert my friend was telling me about. The next day: Umm, her Facebook status from yesterday reads, “Deepcember 2016” and she had time to post an Instagram photo of her powder turns, but she didn’t have two seconds to answer my text? Our DNA and ingrained mating strategies seem to be playing catch up to the new ways of finding love in the time of Tinder, Facebook flirting, and winking emojis.Local massage therapist Hannah Strauss has experienced this phenomenon.“Texting can take up so much energy, you can start to think about it all the time, wondering if they are going to text back; do we have plans or not?Indeed, relationships and technology are now so intertwined that from 2005 to 2014 more than one-third of all marriages resulted from an internet connection, according to research from the University of Texas.For some locals, like Chad Spracklen, who happens to be gay, the internet, he says, is his only option for finding a partner.
Lindsay Goldring, an 80s child who grew up listening to cassette tapes and witnessed the death of landlines, sees the downsides of integrating our digital and real life selves.
So stop wasting your time searching - meet your biker match today and you'll be on the road in no time! Just ask Mike and Barbie, who met on Biker Planet and were married in February, 2016 in Las Vegas!