In a world full of your OKCupid‘s and your Tinder‘s and your Grindr‘s and whatnot, navigating the jungle that is online dating can be a bit of a baffling mystery at the best of times. So wouldn’t it be nice to have something simpler? Something more straightforward? Something that understands your ideal match sees the subtle humour in a well placed “Save a horse, ride a cowboy” bumper sticker? Boy, are you ever in luck!
Zoo Magazine – the item 16 year olds at service stations sandwich between 500ml cans of Mother and Lynx deodorant – is making a bit of a change in its online operations as of today.
The fapatory aid publication is – in something of an inverse move to the rest of the media industry – removing its online presence and community in favour of an online dating service and its print publication.
The move to launch the dating service – which comes with premium subscription options, mind you – seems puzzling at best given their almost exclusively young male readership. But on the other hand the gap between B&S Balls has to be bridged somehow, I suppose.
The site is live as of right now. If you feel like it’s the kind of thing that’s up your alley, by all means go nuts. Otherwise, it’s probably best to stick to swiping left or right for all your online courting needs.