But what if there was a different way - a way that encouraged you to get your dislike of Harry Potter and Tom Hanks out of the way early on? Hater , a new dating app that publicly launches on February 8, flips the script of its competitors and matches people based on things that they mutually dislike. CEO Brendan Alper, 29, a former Goldman Sachs employee who quit to become a comedy writer, says that Hater was initially a sketch idea. There are over 2, topics right now - including Donald Trump, gluten-free, camping, marijuana, butt selfies, and Taylor Swift as a person - and eventually, the plan is to add user-generated topics. Aside from being a gimmicky angle into the dating-app market, there are some past scientific studies that show Hater might be onto something.
In one study, participants were asked to list one thing they liked and one thing they disliked about a fictitious character named Brad. Then they were told they would meet someone who either liked or disliked the same thing about Brad. Maybe the love of your life hates cargo pants just as much as you do.
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Account Profile. When you sign on to Hateryou'll first see a series of swipeable topics. You can swipe up lovedown hateleft dislikeright dislikeor tap it to skip it.
Your tastes will then feed into your profile, so others can see how you really feel about guns, gum on the sidewalk, bass drops, the patriarchy, and burritos that fall apart. Then, you can swipe on people. When you click into a profile, you'll see a potential match's photos, how compatible you are, and how they felt about each topic they swiped on.
Though Alper tells me swiping on topics was more popular than swiping on people on beta. And once you download this, you'll get it - it's super addictive and even kind of thought-provoking too.
A new dating app - named, with the cadence of Tinder and Grindr, "Hater" - matches users based on the mutual dislike of polarizing subjects like Woody Allen, Wikileaks, or even tipping less than 15%. Hater, a new dating app that publicly launches on February 8, flips the script of its competitors and matches people based on things that they mutually dislike. CEO Brendan Alper, 29, a former Goldman Sachs employee who quit to become a comedy writer, says that Hater was initially a sketch saporiviafrancigena.com: Gabriella Paiella. A new worldwide dating app has been announced that matches you with potential partners based on what you mutually hate. Whether it's slow walkers or butt selfies, there are many topics to pick from.
A new dating app matches you with people based on what you mutually hate Hater is the brainchild of a former Goldman Sachs employee, Brendan Alper It launches around the world on February 8, but can already be downloaded There is a wide variety of topics to hate, from guacamole to slow walkers By Sophie Haslett For Mailonline Published: BST, 2 February ated: BST, 2 February e-mail shares. Share this article Share.
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Appropriately named "Hater," a new dating app launching on February 8 matches couples based on their dislikes. Feb 02, And anyone who's ever used a dating app knows that getting a convo going can be like pulling teeth, especially when it starts with "hey". When you sign on to Hater, you'll first see a series of swipeable topics. You can swipe up (love), down (hate), left (dislike), right (dislike), or tap it to skip saporiviafrancigena.com: Michelle Toglia. Feb 14, It's romantic to assume two people could fall in love over a shared interest of eating waffles in bed. It's realistic that one of them will hate how loudly the other chews. At least that's the logic powering the new dating app, Hater. Founded by Brendan Alper, .
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