Speed hate dating
Hater offers users thousands of hand-selected topics to weigh in on, then matches people based on mutual things they hate.
The app's analysts combed through data from dating profiles to determine the most commonly hated person, place, thing or habit.
From that list, they discovered which hates showed up disproportionately in Connecticut compared to other states.
The so-called "1 percent" of the population landed in the top spot as the most hated thing in Connecticut, followed by a wide range of topics, including Justin Bieber, people who don't recycle, sweater vests, and drinking orange juice with extra pulp.
In a fun twist, the press day was planned to mirror that of a speed dating soiree, so while people ordered drinks at the bar, wagyu beef sliders, thai chicken skewers, and mushroom crustinis were passed around, and what could’ve been a series of stiff interviews were instead casual, easy conversations. A friend introduced me, and I used it for awhile when I was in LA and single. So, you’re more likely to just slide into those DMs?
While Malika waltzed into the event wearing an off-white, skin tight unitard for which I still have no idea stayed it place, how she went to the bathroom, or breathed comfortably, but she looked incredible.
At 23, I suppose this was an experience scarier than trying to pass my driving test for the first time in the skimpiest skirt ever.
The march kicks off in Melbourne's Federation Square at 11am, 29 April. To register for the 2017 Ginger Rally, head to the official website.
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