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Hell, what would a guy think about a girl insisting he speak with her father before they get serious?
A lot of the people I matched with were both intrigued and terrified by my upfront attitude regarding my objective.
It's better to know up front if you're dealing with someone who's going to be swiping for the next date under the table or if you're dealing with someone who could be your partner.
With that said — regardless of your intentions, good luck with all your Tindering adventures in 2016.
About a year ago, I had an "if you can't beat them, join them," moment in my dating life.
I downloaded Tinder because I was lonely, recently heartbroken, and just another 20-something who was destined to have that white-rounded square with a red flame icon on their home screen.
In conclusion, while we've evolved socially far beyond the days of a tweet-length newspaper call for marriage, being straightforward and direct with your objectives is never a bad thing.
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It was common in the early to mid 1900s for both men and women to put up personal ads in the local paper.
Young women would sell themselves to men in two sentences or less: "Young woman, age 20, attractive, refined, regular income, object: matrimony." Back in the '50s women were encouraged to take nothing short of long-term commitment and respect for a man.