Dear Dr. Date, Have you heard about Tinder Social? It’s that new thing where groups of people can post themselves on Tinder to see if other people are interested in joining them in whatever they’re doing. I think it’s a completely fascinating concept, and I kind of want to check it out. I would love to hang with some new people to expand my social circle, and I definitely wouldn’t complain if it led to a good hookup. So what do you think, Doc? Is this something worth investigating?
Dear Dr. Date, Sorry, this is kind of TMI but I don’t know who else to turn to: I smell really bad. It’s not just a post-workout stink or something understandable like that — it’s a constant, underlying unpleasant odor that I’ve had for as long as I can remember.
Dear Dr. Date, I feel weird saying this, but I’m 21 years old, and I don’t “get” sex. I’ve only been sexually active for the past half year or so, and I thought by now I would finally understand why everyone likes it so much. The truth is, though, that the handful of times I’ve tried to do the deed have been confusing and not particularly pleasurable.
Dear Dr. Date, I’ve been getting pretty serious with this one guy. After about 20 dates, I can safely say that I feel good about how things are going between us. In fact, I’m starting to feel like I should introduce him to my family. Here’s the thing, though: We met through Tinder.
Dear Dr. Date, My close friend is really effing up, Doc. He’s been hanging out with this one girl who has a boyfriend in Spain, and they plan to attend a friend’s wedding together in a few weeks. Basically, it’s just about guaranteed that this girl is going to cheat on her boyfriend with my friend. Even worse, my friend is counting on this to happen because he really wants to get his dick wet. Yeah, I know, he’s being kind of a douche right now.
Dear Dr. Date, I’ve been seeing this one guy for a few weeks now and things have been weird. The things I like about him so far are as follows: He’s cute, he skates (love) and he is really funny. Things I dislike about him are as follows: He lives half an hour away and doesn’t have a car, so I end up driving a ton whenever we hang out, and he might be really dumb.
Dear Dr. Date, I recently graduated and moved on to the big leagues in more than a couple ways. I’m working a few part time jobs, getting my money up and living in my own apartment. You know, grown-up stuff. I’m even dating this totally gorgeous woman who’s a few years older, so it’s like I’m taking my love life to the big leagues, too.