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“Or after your one ‘okay’ date you might get straight back to Tinder without giving someone date number two.” Elle, a 33-year-old creative from east London, says apps have replaced the days of risk-taking because of unrealistic expectations of perfection. ” That shiny thing could have been another woman, his career or some family thing. But he found something he’d rather do, and he did it.This is the grownup girl part of dating: manage your expectations and keep your fantasies in check no matter how strong the guy comes on. By choosing the crazy woman’s path of dashed hopes and disappointments (I think I can say that because that was me for many years.), you will likely burn yourself out. And then you miss out on so many opportunities to enjoy yourself and to stay open to many guys, one of which will your last first date. Perhaps even for people who did join an app as single-and-ready-to-mingle, seeing the plethora of options on swipes and the mighty levels of power that come with literally swiping someone aside if they don’t fit your brief, it has stopped people meeting someone they otherwise might give a chance if they met in person.River describes the “ease of the swipe” as sometimes being a hindrance to actually deciding on someone to meet up with.