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Bumble’s the Bee’s Knees

Y’all I’ve been stung. I kind of love Bumble—a dating app for women who don’t have all day. General concept: You swipe through polo-shirt-wearing bro after polo-shirt-wearing bro. If you match, the girl and only the girl gets to start a convo—saving dudes everywhere from the “hey what’s up” disaster.

Everything is bee-related. So were my messages because I think I get the concept.

 

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Here are the five fast reasons to put Tinder on hold and buzz to Bumble.

1. The emoji usage is on point. Bumble notifications are so for millennials. You get a bee when you have a new connection and the little typing ellipse when you have a new message.

Texts from last night. Emojis don't lie. #bumble=💛. 👌

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2. Girls. We run the world—and this app.

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3. For whatever reason (I suspect magic) most of the candidates are I mean.. like… the cream of the crop. The sweetest honey. The buzziest bees.

Sorry Katherine. We had to post this. 😂💪 #bumble working some magic 🔮

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4. Dating don’t waste no time. You just like a guy and instantly talk to him. Why wait for a man to do it?

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5. Because at the end of the day, it’s a dating app and you’re single and Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.

5 thoughts on “Bumble’s the Bee’s Knees

  1. From Bumble mentioned on the Broadsheet!! Starting over. After co-founding Tinder in 2012, only to be ousted and allegedly sexually abused by her business partner, 25-year-old Whitney Wolfe is starting a new dating app called Bumble. “I know everyone wants to refute my roll at Tinder but the truth is the truth. I played my role at that company and I’m going to do it again in a different way. I don’t think anyone should be limited in continuing on in their career,” she said.

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