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I hear Happn is a thing here and Bumble is slowly but steadily taking off. OK, totally not judging you because apparently a lot of people use it, so whatever.
But at one point it just becomes a collection of matches and anonymous faces that you don’t even remember matching with in the first place but are suddenly asking you for your Instagram account or your Whats App number in the middle of the night.)But back to the Tinder thing. Well, 61 percent of Argentine men say a foreign accent “is very interesting” (probably the most boring thing you could ever say about the attractiveness of a foreign accent) while 54 percent of women consider it “a weapon of lethal seduction.”Eh. Apparently 51 percent of men and 49 percent of women who use Tinder Passport “seek to meet people from other countries”, WHICH IS OBVIOUS BECAUSE WHY ELSE WOULD YOU HAVE TINDER PASSPORT THEN, JESUS CHRIST.
You can’t have a romance in Argentina without experiencing a at least once.
These love hotels, some of which have weird and wonderful themed rooms, are all over the city and charge by the hour, making life easier for those Argentines who still live at home (and you’ll find a lot of young people still live with their parents until they get married).
Most Argentines don’t eat dinner until after 10pm, even on weekdays, and the bars don’t get going until midnight, so it doesn’t necessarily mean they’re only after one thing.
Just take an early evening siesta to prepare yourself for the long night ahead.
If your date hasn’t shown up for 30 minutes, don’t jump to conclusions and give them another 15 minutes, at least. Save yourself the embarrassment of sitting in a bar or a restaurant on your own and show up late too.
Initially, 40 percent of men and 25 percent of women said they were open to having a serious or long term relationship with a foreigner.” Or, as Cindy Lauper would say, (most) girls just want to have fun. And here’s the coup de grâce to your fantasies of being in a relationship with an Argentine if you’re a foreigner: while according to the survey casual dating seems okay, people here don’t seem to be very enthusiastic about the idea of being in a serious relationship with someone who’s not from around here. Tragic.“Issues such as language barriers (43 percent of men, 47 percent of women) and cultural differences (30 percent of men, 26 percent of women) are brought up by those surveyed as two reasons for reaching this conclusion,” says the article, putting an end to the dreams of those foreigners hoping to one day marry a Facundo or a Florencia and buying an near San Antonio de Areco where you can breed horses and retire. “Oh, I will get Tinder Passport so I can look for people in Buenos Aires while I’m in Buenos Aires! Anyway, all this is to say 22 percent of men and 23 percent of women using Tinder Passport think they could be “in a potential romantic relationship”. So be very aware that 78 percent of men and 77 percent of women there don’t think of a “relationship” when using Tinder Passport.
Argentines love to make plans but they don’t always materialize.