By the way, what do you think the men, who put photos with kids (obviously their own) as a ‘pickup’, are guided by?Do they demonstrate that they are loving fathers or warn that half of their salary will go to alimony?A good few men represented in the ‘Azerbaijani’ Tinder are foreigners: students, expats and travelers, flung away to Azerbaijan either by a twist of fate or by bosses, apparently languishing here in loneliness.They have obviously brought the habit of using Tinder along with them. Frankly speaking, most of those applications cause a great desire to ‘unsee’ that as soon as possible.Nevertheless, he still perceived Tinder as a prospective and reliable way of finding a match: The good thing about it is that only those who like each other can exchange messages.In addition, when you try to get acquainted with a girl, for example, on Facebook, there is always the chance that she isn’t looking for anything at all.
Now you can exchange messages, get to know each other better, schedule a date etc.
However, as is always the case, my conscience began to prink me in the most inappropriate moment, not allowing me to fool the innocent people.
Secondly, I experienced a certain fit of agoraphobia and misanthropy, caused by so many faces.
The rest of my respondents compared their Tinder-experience with a visit to a tax agency: Anar, 30: “To be honest, there is a rather unsavory public there.
That’s probably because the culture of gender relationship is poorly developed in Azerbaijan.
As for Tinder, it presents exactly those who aim to date.