By Sarah Carroll
Domino’s Pizza recently surveyed 1,000 adults about their dating habits and no surprises here, technology is playing a major role in our relationships.
At least one out of three people ONLY use apps like Tinder, Bumble, Hinge, etc. to find potential dates.
One out of every four first dates is the result of people who met online.
And half of those polled admitted to online stalking their dates on social media or search engines before actually meeting them!
I’m one of those Type-A people who does their homework before a first date. In fact, I’m a beta tester for a brand new app called Stud or Dud. It’s not on the market yet, but it compiles all of the public records you can find out about an individual and presents it in a neat, little package so you can vet your new love interest before your first face-to-face meeting.
The app searches criminal records, property records, court records, and professional records and after perusing all of the data, you can label that person as a Stud or Dud.
I’m a big fan of the app so far. You can never be too careful when it comes to meeting strangers, but Carson thinks it takes some of the mystery out of dating and falling in love.
“It leaves nothing up for sort of natural, organic exploration of the human relationship. And what if some of the information is wrong?” he argued.
Where do you stand on this dating debate? Listen to what else Carson had to say below and give us a holler in the comments section!