A bit like Snapchat, the app timecaps your encounters, only letting you search for available and interested people near you for one hour. Unlike Tinder, the app doesn’t force you to link to your Facebook or other social network presence, meaning internet evidence of your shameful hour of need is minimal. After an hour your listing, photos, tagline and location all disappear.
You can skip the shallow talk about trying to get to know someone when all you want is in their pants No need to try and find things you have in common or any similarities when in reality you can just get down to business the second you guys are alone. Obviously, you might want to put effort into your physical appearance and personal hygiene to keep a fuck buddy, but not the kind of energy you need to maintain a serious relationship.
While you may be tempted to try sites and apps used by today's millennials, be aware that these services are designed for a more carefree, younger clientele. Not only have they created their own specific online language with terms like ghosting, stashing, zombieing and roaching, this age group thinks nothing of posting every aspect of their romantic life on social media.
Historically, most of this activity has been attributed to the errant husband, but research shows married women are increasingly engaging in extramarital affairs. And, it's not restricted to one partner discreetly engaging in relations outside the marriage. In some circles, polyamory - or consensual, responsible non-monogamy relationships with multiple partners (2) - is regularly practiced.