If you were ever on the fence about whether you should make mention of your profession on your dating profile, perhaps Tinder‘s recent findings will assist you in making a decision. Back in November, developers behind the popular dating application introduced a new feature, which allows users to plug in job and education details. Apparently, including this information not only provides “additional insight for potential matches,” but “it also increases your chances of receiving a right swipe.” And from the sounds of it, some unlikely professionals are getting more attention than others. For men, the most right-swiped profession was pilot. Pilots were followed up by founders/entrepreneurs, firefighters, doctors, and TV/radio personalities. For women, physical therapist was the most right-swiped profession. Interior designers, founders/entrepreneurs, PR/communications reps and teachers followed as the second, third, fourth and fifth most right-swiped professions on Tinder….
Period-Proof Underwear – Would You Wear ‘Em?
…Earlier this week I found myself aimlessly reading an ad for period-proof underwear called Thinx. “PERIOD WOES HAVE MET THEIR MATCH,” the ad with women sporting an array of underwear silhouettes… So, interested in the ad I saw I went home and snooped on their website to find out more information. According to their site, Thinx is a brand committed to breaking the taboo surrounding menstruation and empowering women and girls around the world with it’s award-winning, patented technology keeps ladies “clean, dry, and, as always, lookin’ fly” during that time of the month. So how does it work? Thinx holds up to two tampons’ worth of liquid. So, you could eliminate the need for panty liners if you choose and even make these undies your tampon or menstrual cup backup.
Future Sends Message To His Copycats: “It’s Only One Future”
Whenever a rapper becomes a star, a legion of imitators looking to ride his wave inevitably follow. Future had a message for doppelgangers during a show in NYC at the Hammerstein Ballroom this past Friday (Feb. 26). “”I’ma let y’all ni**as know, it’s only one Future in this mothef*cker and I’m really the plug,” said Future Hendrix, before launching into “I’m The Plug” from his What A Time To Be Alive collab album with Drake. Of course, many took this as a shot to recent G.O.O.D. Music signee Desiigner, whose “Panda” hit sounds pretty much like a Future song…
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