Beijing, like any other great city of the world, is a mass of people trying to hook up.
Trying to find a date on the subway, on the other hand, is not so easy.
Rumors have been flying about their romance since Minaj shared a photo of her and Nas, 43, on her Instagram. “Only KINGS recognize QUEENS,” she wrote, abusing the privilege of all caps. Before the “Anaconda” rapper was obsessed with faux royalty, she dated noted bonehead Meek Mill.
I might make an exception to the rule for him ‘cause he’s so dope.” Oh, dear.
A survey of 1,000 Millennial New York men and women aged 18-34 by Friendthem, a social connectivity app, looked into how people felt about subway flirting.
Over 85 percent of New Yorkers expressed desire to give a business card or cell phone number to someone on the subway— which is way higher than I would have expected— but only 36 percent of those surveyed have been bold enough to do so. And the good thing about doing something in person— and taking a break from dating apps — is that you can feel them out right away.
News broke earlier this week that the two had split after a year of dating, although they had only gone public in April. Once that happens, more profile information, such as job and social media links, are revealed, and the potential lovers can start a conversation either on the app or in real life, she said."Everyone in this day and age is staring at their phone, walking down the sidewalk," Cheek said."Now, I feel like you're looking down at your phone, and they'll get a notification that they just missed a connection with so-and-so.That's why for the second year in a row, Bustle is deeming April, "" and encouraging our staff and readers to delete their dating apps for 30 days and meet people the old-fashioned way: offline.With participants tracking their progress and tricks and tips from dating experts, we'll be helping you feel empowered to meet people IRL all month long.