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In other words, any one can lie, and from what I've heard, it happens more often than not. I absolutely love the rush of meeting someone new in person, and the butterflies that come with flirting and attempting to say the right thing.Dating apps do not give you that same rush of seeing someone from across the room or meeting someone online at Starbucks.Even though dating apps are most popular among Millennials, according to a recent Bustle survey with dating app Happn of over 1,000 dating app users, 78 percent of women and 85 percent of men still want to meet people IRL.That's why for the second year in a row, Bustle is deeming April, "" and encouraging our staff and readers to delete their dating apps for 30 days and meet people the old-fashioned way: offline.While for some people the endless choice that dating apps provide works well for them, but for others the more options you have the harder it is to chose, and that can be a pretty overwhelming and frustrating feeling."The process of several serial dates with people that you lack chemistry with or experience rejection from people that you think are potential candidates can be very frustrating and result in online dating fatigue," Clarissa Silva, behavioral scientist and author of the relationship blog, , tells Bustle.About 39 percent of respondents said that they met their S. through mutual friends, and 22 percent said that they met their S. According to the Pew Research Center's research published last year, though 59 percent of Americans view online dating as a great way to meet people, 10 percent of respondents prove that meeting people IRL is the preferred way for most, saying that they met their S. Though it is a large jump, it still represents less than one-fourth of that particular population, which leaves me with hope for the future that dating IRL will prevail.

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Sure, you can just as easily be rejected at a bar or a coffee shop or at any place human being congregate, but being rejected in such a shallow manner feels so wrong, almost inhumane.

Seriously, how can anyone be attracted to someone or even desire to go on a date with someone from just seeing their picture?