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Forget about boring old dating apps like Hinge and Tinder that limit you to sexual encounters at sea level.
It's all about Wingman, a new app that promises to connect you "with attractive people on your flight, all before you touch down."It's still in its beta stage, but its creator, 24-year-old Gabe Whaley, says development is well underway, the reports.
A lot of the people aboard any given flight are children. And then the other "eligible" bachelors and bachelorettes might simply be opposed to getting it on in a smelly shoe box-sized airplane bathroom with a perfect stranger.
Indeed, Whaley seems to realize that the whole concept is a bit far-fetched."I think it will make people curious, and you never know: someone might use it, and it might start a conversation that they might not have otherwise had,” Whaley told ANIMAL New York.
The good news for Black is the small claims court judge awarded him a default judgment when Mc Dowell refused to show up for the mediation hearing even though the judge gave her an extra 90 minutes.
“Part of me feels a little let down because I wanted to confront this person and say,’ Hey, what is it you’re doing to these people? Collecting from Mile High Singles might be a new challenge for Black.
Thought a long distance flight was the one place you could escape Tinder? Well, it's not actually Tinder that's hooking up mid-air matches, but a new app called Wingman, which aims to help out those who want to join the Mile High Club but don't have a willing partner.
I show them pictures, I have strong descriptions, qualities, characteristics and more.
They said "they could help me" find a woman like this.
This could actually be a good idea in theory, but we do sense some problems.
For one, users will be drawing from a pretty small pool, right?