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But the fact that everything needs to be tweeted, updated, shared and put under the scrutiny of the rest of the world means that private moments are no longer private.These days, your business is everyone else’s business.Not to mention the food photo session that has to happen every time you sit down to eat.Some people are better at keeping their phones away during dates than others, but for every 30 seconds you’re on that phone, there are 30 seconds of awkwardness you’re making the other person feel.I get that booze helps cut through the tension a bit, but the concept of going out for drinks as an appropriate date setting already has a lot wrong with it.
In movie theaters, we used to have to sit all the way up at the top to stop people from seeing us make moves and (hopefully) get to second base.
Plus, you can never really tell whether the person on the other side is looking just to hook up or to actually be in a relationship.
Which, of course, makes going out on that first date even more awkward.
Have you ever stopped for a second to think about how ludicrous Tinder and all those other swipe-dating sites out there actually are? You're supposed to decide, by looking only at a couple of photos and some generic information, whether or not you are interested in someone.
We’ve gone from courting people to window-shopping for our partner.