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Tinder has made moves to shut down a dating app that only contains one male profile.
Shinder was built by British entrepreneur Shed Simove to help him find a partner, who decided to hedge his bets by admitting his own profile as the sole male account.
"Work is work however, always remember the main reason you're there—to make awesome things with the awesome people in your team." The manifesto goes on to lay out a number of other tips, like making sure that users consent, that they stay "curious and open", and that they shouldn't discriminate or be cruel to each other.
The app works by integrating with Slack, the office chat app that a number of offices now use to let colleagues talk to each other.
Using the tagline “Quality, not quantity”, the app lets you swipe left and right on Simove’s profile – if you swipe left, you are shown a message reading: “You dodged a bullet there, Shed is extremely high maintenance.” Simove’s profile on the app reads: “Performer, author, novelty gift and adult toy designer, motivational speaker, Guinness World Record holder and egotist.
Can cook a mean globe artichoke and is the most exciting date ever. Boom.” However, when Simove tried to trademark the company, he received a legal notice from Tinder trying to block the application.
The messaging service allows people to tell their co-workers if they'd like to sleep with them.
Guess we need something to do in the long northern winter?
Dating app 3somer said that although the capital is by far the place where adults seeking more adventurous hookups are most likely to find success, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and Glasgow make up the top five.
3Somer’s research recently identified the top 10 countries in the world for a threesome.
"Having feelings for them is natural and amazing." But it makes clear that "work is work", and that users should respect the same boundaries they normally would in the workplace.
"Having fun at work is awesome, exploring your feelings is what we believe will make us better humans," the 'manifesto' continues.