It seems that you should also know how to carry your phone to your dinner date.
About 58 per cent of the singles said that they hated if their date placed their phone face up on the table while 41 per cent found it impolite when someone takes up their phone calls to bathroom or outside. Now you know that way to your partner's heart is not food or gifts, it is your phone that will seal the deal for you.
In its eighth annual Singles In America Study, the site unearthed few interesting facts which you can consider as thumb's rule for an ideal date evening.
The research shows that nearly 92 per cent women judge men on their date for carrying an older phone.
Not just this, about 14 per cent of singles said that a cracked mobile display was a turn off for them while other 14 per cent found the clicking sound of typing was irritating to their ears.
It's absolutely cruel to suggest I have dated like a dinosaur. Tinder didn't take it too well, for obvious reasons.
I have not had anything that looks like Chris Pratt within ten miles of me, all my life. That Whats App from Zac Efron is yet to arrive and I have not asked out Ranveer Singh yet. In an article - which I assume is just two sentences shorter than the Old Testament - Vanity Fair declares 'as romance gets swiped from the screen, some twentysomethings aren’t liking what they see'. It pulled a Wrecking Ball on Vanity Fair on Twitter. Our Tinder world, sorry for being blunt, is the Tyrion Lannister to America's Jamie Lannister. Partly because a planned hook-up seemed far less exciting than the friend's ex's-cousin-at-her-birthday party kind.
What they see, according to the headline, is the "Dawn of the 'Dating Apocalypse'". Let me rephrase this: people having a lot of sex, and yet cribbing they don't get enough. To put the article that turned Tinder into Nirupa Roy in a nutshell: people are hooking up indiscriminately, mostly without any emotional connection whatsoever. The only action that most of us - men and women - get, is swiping right. However, Tinder is not the reason I deleted Tinder. Tinder is not why I try to distract friends who plot to set me up with their friends.
The study found that Android users are 15 times more likely to judge negatively an i Phone user whereas Apple users were 21 times to think the same for an Android user.
In other words, if you are on a date with a person who uses an i Phone, ideally you should also use an i Phone.