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  • Quality beats quantity on the ‘anti-Tinder’
  • Quality beats quantity on the ‘anti-Tinder’
    Sean Molin (2014) ©
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Quality beats quantity on the ‘anti-Tinder’

At midday, a potential love match pops up on your phone. Not keen? You’ll have to wait 24 hours for a fresh suitor to appear. This is dating with Coffee Meets Bagel, which – in an age of ‘all-you-can-eat’ dating – is trying to convince people that less really can be more.

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