Long gone are the days where you aimlessly swipe on people you know barely anything about. Whether you’ve been chosen as a winner for another user’s bracket, or you get a chat back from your own bracket winner of the day, it feels great knowing impersonal, unconscious swiping was not involved. So, you randomly get a person to speak to, based on what the app thinks will work for you best.
Things aren’t black-and-white for Khloe Kardashian when it comes to the bedroom.
The reality starlet, who has never been shy about her sexual romps, casually revealed she’s never spent time in between the sheets with a white man during Wednesday's“Kocktails with Khloe.” In a cringe-worthy moment, guest Pauly Shore asked the 31-year-old why she and her family only date “black dudes.” “Not all of us! KHLOE KARDASHIAN KEEPS A WHIP BY HER BESIDE, LIKES 'LOVE BITES' KHLOE KARDASHIAN TALKS ABOUT KEEPING IN TOUCH WITH EXES “It’s all I know though.
I’ve never seen a white penis,” she added to the shock of her guests.
“So if you want to show me yours, I would like to see it. Shore awkwardly made a point of stressing the Kardashians' dating history, explaining “Kim is with Kanye, you and Lamar, the little ones too" with the latter referencing Kylie Jenner’s controversial relationship with older boyfriend Tyga.
The actor seemed to forget or ignore certain romances in his logic. You went for another black dude,” the former MTV VJ continued.
Notably, Kourtney Kardashian was in a long relationship with Scott Disick, and Kendall Jenner has been linked to Harry Styles. While the unfiltered host dished on her bedding tendencies, she told Shore he brought up a “a racist question." KIM KARDASHIAN'S BIG BANG: SEE HOW SHE'S LINKED TO NEARLY EVERYONE WITH OUR INTERACTIVE MAP Also on Wednesday’s gab, Khloe stressed she hasn't kissed Odom in "years" and shared that when Caitlyn Jenner made her public outing to the world, Odom was in the dark about the transition.
The dating app has been fairly successful, boasting something like 50 million people using it and managing to make something like 12 million matches per day.
It's a household name, in other words, which is what makes it a bit strange to see the company bother to oppose a fairly silly trademark application by one guy who designed a dating app to get dating matches for exactly one person: himself.
With so many dating apps coming out, it’s hard to keep up with which one is the “best to use” to find your “soulmate.” While some people use dating apps to find their one true love, others use it to just hookup (or, get some social validation). Now, there’s a new app that’s supposed to make “dating fun again,” by turning your dating app experience into a game. Here’s how it works: You make a dating profile on Bracket and you get matched with 16 other people, every single day. Then, you narrow your selections down by having “head-to-head” tournaments everyday – and, you end up with one true winner, which, you get to have a conversation with.