Tuesday July 7, 2020

Tinder and Vanity Fair should make nice

Thanks to Tinder, the Irish are dating properly for the first time.

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

15th August, 2015
Tinder is currently the hottest craze among the dating classes.

This was the week that Tinder broke up with Vanity Fair. In fact, you could say that the two of them never really had a proper relationship. It was just a hook-up. A brief flirtation, a one-night-stand and then a cruel dismissal, and afterwards Tinder felt angry, hurt, taken advantage of, and used – and ready to lash out on social media.

What exactly was the problem? In the new issue, Vanity Fair reporter Nancy-Jo...

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