Stock up and learn how to make drinks yourselves — and then every night can be a night at the cocktail bar."On one of our first dates, my guy and I challenged each other to a 'triathlon' of activities we both liked," says Robyn H., 28, of Durham, NC."We decided to compete in foosball, Pac-man, and pizza-eating.Each has its own set of stereotypes (also like grocery stores and newspapers), and even if you don't use them yourself, you probably have a spirited opinion on which one is best for your single friends (the metaphor doesn't extend this far, as I think single people know to go to the grocery store without your help).There are the good stereotypes ("That one is for men who are serious about getting married! Most likely to be named: Chad, Travis, Ryan Most likely to be found: Slamming (light) beers and scanning for babes, Bro-sef! Tinder is one of those guys you knew at university that you would wince at when you would see them at a party because they would undoubtedly come up to you and give you one of those hugs that feels like you're being smothered to death by their armpit. " Like three times even though you have already awkwardly smiled and told him nothing is up. Tinder might be 32, but he still lives in a party pad with all his bros.Toast the day ahead with a tequila sea breeze: one ounce grapefruit juice, one ounce cranberry juice, and one ounce tequila.To make it extra delicious, eat it in bed (and we won't tell if you're in your birthday suit)."), and then, of course, there are the urban myths. This guy is so averse to commitment he might as well have "I LOVE BEING SINGLE" tattooed on his forehead.
Classic pickup line: Yeah, I mean, I know Justin Bieber; I hung with him at Soho House in Berlin. Most likely to be named: Dan (formerly Danny), Bill (formerly Billy) Most likely to be found: Shopping at Whole Foods, driving the Prius he bought (himself! And, just like those "perfect" guys in high school, halfway through the date your stomach will start to sink. Did he ask me if I wanted the pasta or did he just order for me? Bumble thinks just being on Bumble makes him a feminist. Bumble is Holier-Than-Thou to the nth degree, because hey, he's progressive. The guy from The League went to Yale — and he wants you to know. League kind of reminds me of Gaston in Beauty and the Beast. He's sort of like Jim Carrey's character in The Mask. Tinder a few years grown up, a few levels higher at work, a little more cash in the bank.You started the conversation, so basically he's Gloria Steinem. Given that a mysterious panel of judges decides if you can get into Raya based on your Instagram, it's an understatement to say that Mr. He doesn't live anywhere — he's a nomad — at least that's what he says. Your first date — which will undoubtedly be at the most expensive bar in town — will probably consist of a lot of mildly entertaining stories about his time at business school, as well as some anecdotes about his recent trip to India with his prep school friends. League makes up for with résumé length, he lacks in humour. All the girls want him, insane teeth, good body, non-receding hairline but just tries too freaking hard. Tinder as one of those guys to separate himself from any negative connotations. Hinge has a good job, nice friends, and desperately wants a real girlfriend to call his own. Totally normal, hardworking guy just trying to meet his soulmate, until one of his university buddy's invites him for a night out and suddenly he's wearing a tutu, karaoking until 6 a.m. He wants to prove to himself as well as to you that he is all grown up.), trying to source a legitimate hobby he can actually stand. Classic pickup line: I just feel really ready for something more serious — I'm not like other guys.