“I think people are skeptical about joining dating things.” A decade later, a somewhat savvier Zuckerberg has had a change of heart.
At least that’s the logic powering the new dating app, Hater.
Dating apps and websites focus on common ground: if a pair loves the same movies, food, and band no one else has heard of, then they just might be perfect mates.
It’s romantic to assume two people could fall in love over a shared interest of eating waffles in bed.
Once you set up a profile, you’re given subjects to either “like,” “love,” “dislike,” or “hate.” With a swipe up, right, left, or down, you make a choice, and a new topic appears.
Topics range from the mundane (dancing, avocados, dad jokes) to popular culture (to the intimate (playing music during sex, condoms, cuddling).