that religious, so I dont use any of the other apps or sites aimed at Jewish singles, but they made it easy to categorize how religious you are so youre not as likely to match with someone who has a vastly different lifestyle. Finding men on Tinder is like shopping in a vintage store: You have to sift through the piles to find the good stuff. The Date: My 98 match and I went to dinner at the Odeon in NYC, and he was determined to talk about every single one of the common interests we had listed on our profiles. One guy named Jack was sitting on the stoop of a Lord of the Rings hobbit house. And though I rag on the experience of the many, many terrible men on Tinder, I must say theres something special about finding a gem among the dirt. Want to know if our editors found what they were looking for? So much for a plan. These men are good-looking, educated, and ambitious and generally seem to have their lives together. Instead of phone calls, theres the cryptic text message; instead of maturely calling it quits, theres ghosting (or worse, breaking up via Snapchat and instead of blind dates, there is a veritable sea of dating apps to navigate. But when it comes to dating online or in person, you have to take the same stance that you would expect your father to: Dont take any crap, and always remember that the good ones take time to find. The other con is that it costs 8 a month, but I figure thats like two cups of coffee, so its not a big deal. And Ive been on four dates. Every match is considered a bagel, and youre the coffee, looking for your mate. I give him detailed directions on how to find me, he gets lost, and. It ended up being the one app I didnt really use because no one else seemed to be using. I stopped using it when I went on a digital dating cleanse, which I highly recommend everyone do periodically.