You have to wonder what took them so long, but at least they’re in time for next Valentine’s Day.
The application, which you can download here, is free and pitched as a “Mac-inspired dating app designed exclusively for fans of Apple products”.
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I imagine that accurately describes one’s reaction to finding that your photo was added to a Trump dating site without your permission. User “Manon C.” is a French journalist named Anna Cuxac.
If you're single, and love tiny houses, here's some good news: now there's now a dating site just for you.
Tiny House Dating is a matchmaking site that caters to the ever-growing tiny house movement, a subculture made up of individuals who want to save money, reduce their carbon footprints, and live simpler yet fuller lives by downsizing.
Obviously, living in a 300-square-foot home isn't for everyone—especially when you're sharing that space with someone else—and it can potentially be difficult to explain to a Mc Mansion lover why you've decided to live in house the size of someone's closet.
"While researching the tiny house movement, I noticed several themes.
They have plans to spend millions to improve security, and they’re also looking at payment options that offer more privacy.
So naturally there’s a dating site catering to them, called Trump ”The site was created by David Goss, who previously worked as a reality-TV coordinator on before he quit his day job to work on the site full time.
“I think there’s a special stigma when people say they’re supporting Trump, because of some of the brash things that he’s said,” Goss told the Related: The strange appeal of Craigslist car shushing The site went live in May, and Goss says about 500 users signed up.
Since its launch, the site has gotten a lot of media coverage.
In addition to the magazine, Market Watch and The Daily Dot also covered it, among many others.