The torrid weekend that was

Continued from Shopping for men.

Alexandra stared at the notification in her app. One of the men she scrolled onto had contacted her.

Oh my god, what have I done, Alexandra worried. Then, her eyes glanced at the clock on her phone. Almost 11, I have to work tomorrow, she thought to herself as she pondered what to do.

Frankly, she wasn’t going to get herself all worked up tonight. She didn’t want to go to sleep worrying about what she’d done, or what sort of lunatic she may have attracted via this dating app. Better wait for tomorrow, she told herself. She needed a clear head to tackle this app, and its men.

Continue reading “The torrid weekend that was”

The intricate complications of dating apps

After months of contemplation, curiosity finally got the better of her, and Alexandra loaded the dreaded app. She picked the least obtrusive, irritating one she had heard about and installed it on her phone.

She was nervous. What would happen if she got caught? Playing on this app felt like cheating, like betrayal.

Continue reading “The intricate complications of dating apps”