Want to meet some good ol' strangers the old fashioned way but don't know which bar to hit? Well, looks like this networking community by the name of Scoot is our knight in shining armour.
They organise house parties which you can sign up for on their page for a minimal amount, and go to to meet some really cool people the old fashioned way, you know, in real life.
Dating apps may have forever changed the way we date, but they sure don’t seem to have made it any easier — especially for millennials.
In fact, they are 22 percent more likely to say that all the technology they have at their fingertips has actually made it harder to meet people IRL.
And they're particularly meaningful when you consider the study found that 40 percent of singles dated someone they met online last year. One in six singles said they felt addicted, but millennials (those ages 18 to 36) are suffering acutely from this particular malaise.
They are a whopping 125 percent more likely to feel addicted than those from older generations.
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Is your relationship with your many dating apps starting to turn sour? The results of Match's annual Singles in America survey have just been released and they reveal a population that is increasingly burned out on hunting for love online.Social media-induced FOMO (fear of missing out) is messing with people too.The survey found that 57 percent of singles suffer from it (“Is everyone out there having amazing dates without me?”), and about half of them blame social media for making them more self-conscious about the way they look as well.But even if you could quit all your dating apps and resign from social media entirely, would you be any happier?