I'm fluent in Spanish when I'm drinkingsentinel89 wrote:If you don't speak fluent Spanish, forget about it.mahadeveshwara wrote:In Latin America it's rather easy to meet people, especially for locals. So it's not like everyone is on online dating like in the US.
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I poked around on Tinder in a few cities in the United States just for kicks.
Chicago - mostly a mix of black hood rats, hispanic hood rats, washed out Germanic looking girls and other plain jane midwestern girls, some weird asian girls, lots of artsy fartsy types with ugly tattoos and weird hair, girls holding alcoholic beverages in their hands. 5-10% swipe right rate. Also scanned Chicago on Badoo, won an award for pickiest person of the week.
Miami - even worse!! Tons of black girls with ratchet poses, ho-hum blonde white girls, trashy looking hispanics with tattoos, more artsy types. Less than 5% swipe right rate.
I think I was swiping right at a 25-40% rate in Mexican cities and Santiago, Chile.
this is pretty much the case everywhere i have been too, even in the philippines where online dating couldnt be any easier tinder is the worst option
far to many girls hop on there for attention and to kill time at work or when lying in bed home alone listening to music, can you get laid using it? sure, but it is a very inefficient use of your time
avid follower of site about travel and girls http://guysnightlife.com
I agree Colombia is good, but overrated.
I've spent a good amount of time in Chile (our company has an office in Santiago), and while there are lots of decent/good-looking Chilenas, I can't say I'm a huge fan of them as long-term partners. They are way too in-your-face, intrusive (metiche), easily offended, and uptight for me. I do, however, think Chile is a great country to live in if you're ever looking to move out of the US. As for why it's not that popular, I'd be willing to bet it's a mix of: