Though these beautiful bees buzzed on away ever so quietly, I was to yield 3 more matches on this day.I was still feeling blue about my slightly empty hive though.However, when I double dipped back into the honey jar I noticed 13 of my matches (one in which I used the daily extend feature which allows you extend the time period before a match disappears) were gone.
By restricting male contact through this one rule, bumble attempts to weed out creeps, reduce vulgar or pointless messaging, and aims to boost the quality of each match.
Increasing the quality of matches is ideal for securing a date in real life because it’s more likely two people will find each other compatible enough to agree to meet.
Many of my male friends using bumble have told me they like the concept because if a woman messages a man first that has to be a good sign right?
Well, I decided to put bumble to the test to get this concept is really making dates happen.
However, only three women had “made the first move” on me (roughly a 20% acceptance rate).
A pretty low acceptance rate is what I was thinking, but for what it’s worth, this was a positive step towards achieving my goal in attempting to score some first dates.How is it that 14 women did not initiate a message?It seemed pretty steep, so I started questioning if these users were even active or not.With a sexy looking UI, bumble is a very easy app to get a hang of.It operates exactly like Tinder and the other hot or not apps except for one huge difference; women MUST initiate the first message with any matches made.With that said, I used bumble for one week straight with only one goal, swipe right on everyone and score as many dates as physically possible and this was my experience.