“We’ll probably do a little bit of that, but it’s not going to get bad. They have taken a break from all of their published research on the fallout of our presidential election and on current political trends, in order to focus on what really matters to people: online dating. Dee comes up with her own " system" and becomes the most " empowered" girl in Philly in HER mind but in reality just ends up sleeping with a bunch of guys and looking like a whore lol good stuff guys.it coming. Its not quite as funny as the season opener but its damn funny still. " buncher" lol Dennis loses his shyte as usual when the girls don't respond how he wants.This will have two benefits: First, it will, unlike politics, bring people together.Second, it will provide unlikely fodder for POTUS’ all night Tweet extravaganzas.
Register at and claim your rights as an empowered online and app dater. Im actually surprised how good this season has started , considering Last season was the worst to date IMO. Last season just didn't have the clever originality of previous ones. Those who enjoy peering into the dating lives of others or having a laugh at the confounding spectacle that online courting so often becomes should swipe right for OKC Tinder LIVE, a local comedy show that has a little fun at possibly the most well-known dating app’s expense. May 25 at 51st Street Speakeasy, 1114 NW 51st St., is partially a live taping of the popular KOSU (91.7 FM) show The Dates of Our Lives and partially a comedy production that features a panel of local comedians making in-the-moment jokes and commentary based on activity from an actual Tinder account that’s projected onto a large television screen.Brad Chad Porter opens the event with a brief stand-up routine, segueing into the Dates of Our Lives’ live taping with co-hosts Ryan Drake and Malory Craft.The hosts will have complete control of willing volunteers’ actual dating profiles.