That part where the two would have to meet in real life was complicated as all get-out, but the instant ease of finding a potential love interest was brand new and shimmery with promise.
A humorous story of finding love and, more importantly, the joy of life long friendship.
"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. Today, Hinge—a dating app that uses mutual Facebook friends as a better filter for finding a better match—is launching an overhaul of the app that it says could help lead to more chats and, hopefully, more dates.
"It kind of gave us license to have a bit more levity to talk about it and also sort of talk about it in a more abstracted way, which we were really attracted to." The carnival—created in partnership with The Studio and Hinge's agency Red Antler—serves as a metaphor for online dating.
There's the Cycle of Loneliness, a Ferris wheel with only one seat.