Article: If famous works of romantic fiction were written while dating in 2016

From the article from The Daily Life by :

“Last week, after another no-show Tinder date, I poured my heart out in a Facebook status (diaries are for chumps): despite my enduring optimism about meeting someone, I couldn’t shake the feeling that something had shifted, generationally, and those of us who have the misfortune to be single in 2016 are doomed.

Over the course of 100 or so comments, my friends and family members – female and male, straight and queer – shared their experiences…”

 

Read the article by Clem Bastow

 

 

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