Its overall appeal in a country with an overwhelmingly young population is on expected lines.However, what surprised many is the claim that Indian women were more active swiping on profiles than men, especially after a series of media reports on Indian men not finding any matches on Tinder.Women tend to get overly emotional witnessing the ultimate testament of love, and their hormones are raging; so, it's only a matter of “Hi, I'm a guy and I'm here to get things going.”Other potential places to land a one-night stand would be holiday parties, birthday parties (go for the birthday girl) and even taking advantage of time, like in the wake of a tragedy, which makes women seize the moment and sleep with some random guy.The story revolves around three roommates, journalist Tashi (Imran Khan), photographer Nitin Berry (Kunaal Roy Kapur) and cartoonist Arup (Vir Das), leading an unkempt and debt-ridden life in a shady apartment in Delhi. But Nitin is unable to do so as he is suffering ' Delhi Belly'.I think so it is true," declares its founder Layak Singh, an IIT-Kharagpur grad.True it may well be in a country infatuated with all things IIT – be it degrees, husbands, or sperm. why then does the site that sells itself as "a new world of social dating" appear to marketed by and for the boys.
On the other hand, photos from social gatherings or you on the beach or vagabond photos — they're all cool. People need to break the norm of getting to know each other.
Truth is, one-night stands benefit those involved because it basically gives two people the opportunity to fulfill their primal urges without any drama or strings attached.
A study in 2009 revealed that only three-percent of women would agree to go home with an average guy, while only eight-percent agreed to go home with a very attractive guy.
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