Beard lover dating

11-Mar-2019 19:45

No matter your religious beliefs, random interests, very random interests—even dietary restrictions—there's almost undoubtedly a dating site, or app, for that.So I guess I shouldn't have been surprised to learn about Bristlr, a "social network" for guys with beards and the people who love them.In case you were wondering how specific dating websites have gotten in the last decade, look no further than the dating app that pairs you with a beard. To be honest, with the amount of jewelry commercials that keep making me feel crappy for not being engaged I looked at this app in a whole new light. If you are an online dater, it doesn't hurt to be a little specific about what you want. These answers show that I am faith based and superstitious.More specifically, it promises to pair up with a hunky lumberjack looking man. The kind of combination that makes men weak in the knees — from running away.

All in all, it's a foolproof site, though one thing annoys me: I can't see the people who like me back unless I refer the site to friends or "buy us a cup of coffee" for .80. But after about two weeks of poking around the site, I only have a little more than a couple dozen likes (which, for the uninitiated, is a relatively low number of hits in the social dating world.) I might not be the hottest get on Tinder, but I think I get a respectable amount of right swipes—which is why I was kind of bummed by the fairly chilly reception on Bristlr.Bristlr was founded just a handful of weeks ago by English developer John Kershaw as a complete joke, while he was bored at work one day."I thought up the idea of a website which networks people who have beards with people who like to stroke beards," he told me.I’ve expanded my search area to the near max and get very few new profiles to look at.Please Bristlr, this is such a great concept you have created, I just wish it had more available (and active) beards!

All in all, it's a foolproof site, though one thing annoys me: I can't see the people who like me back unless I refer the site to friends or "buy us a cup of coffee" for .80. But after about two weeks of poking around the site, I only have a little more than a couple dozen likes (which, for the uninitiated, is a relatively low number of hits in the social dating world.) I might not be the hottest get on Tinder, but I think I get a respectable amount of right swipes—which is why I was kind of bummed by the fairly chilly reception on Bristlr.Bristlr was founded just a handful of weeks ago by English developer John Kershaw as a complete joke, while he was bored at work one day."I thought up the idea of a website which networks people who have beards with people who like to stroke beards," he told me.I’ve expanded my search area to the near max and get very few new profiles to look at.Please Bristlr, this is such a great concept you have created, I just wish it had more available (and active) beards!(Regardless of the reason, dammit—he was cute.) (This is the image I was met with when I clicked on that guy's profile from an old email notification.