Didn’t her bio say she was looking for “the BFF,” not BFFs?
Anyone who has to use technology to make friends must not be able to make them in real life, right?
Then again, when was the last time, post-college or grad school, you actually made a new, lasting friendship?
One night, as I sat on my couch and opened the app to swipe right and left on a new slew of shirtless bathroom selfies, office-friendly headshots, and photos of single guys posing with cute pets, in spite of my hesitations, I decided to try BFF.
I scrolled through dozens of women whose profiles said things like “I just moved back to the city in July and I’m looking to build an awesome girl squad!
” and “Have lived here for seven years and many of my friends have moved away!