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Disclaimer: This is meant to be some sort of a humorous manifesto of dating a surfer. I’ve heard that one too many times before to actually believe that statement.
These are only a few of the lessons learned and heard over the course of 15 years and should be taken with a grain of salt. That’s usually followed up with “except for that icky sand, it just gets everywhere.” I don’t get what’s wrong with the sand, Laird Hamilton has some sort of imitation sand for a floor in his house and that sounds ideal to me and most surfers.
For example, the question “Where can people find you at the party?
” prompted lots of people to reveal that they’re usually hanging out with the dog. (In addition to the site-specific boards, the campaign includes phone-booth executions that are not contextual.)Making the billboards site-specific embeds them a little deeper in their neighborhoods, Mc Leod says.
When he asks you if you want to Dawn Patrol with him, he’s asking you to get up well before sunrise and watch him surf as the sun’s coming up. When he does come in he’s usually asking for snacks and a beer. International surf trips mean no cell service and sometimes no internet.
It matches you with people who are friends of your friends in social media.
This added closeness means, hopefully, that you’ll have more things in common and be able to make a real connection—amid an online dating scene notoriously awash in fakery. Graf, double down on this idea of real connections by introducing the tagline “Let’s be real” and telling stories inspired by real user responses to what Hinge calls “prompts”—questions the app asks its users to glean info about their likes, dislikes, quirks and general personality types.
In previous work, it mostly critiqued competitors and the general soulless nature of online dating, including last year’s animated short film likening online dating to a dystopian carnival.“We’re broadening our mission,” says Mc Leod.
“When we launched, we wanted to make a big and bold and clear and almost exaggerated statement on swipe culture.
Might I suggest setting your sights on a hipster, I hear coffee shops are a great place to meet those types of guys AND you might even be able to score yourselves one of those fancy drinks that I can’t pronounce.