Swipe left? What do you mean "swipe"? How's about pressing the left arrow key to painstakingly move a pixelated image of a man with a jean jacket to the recycling bin! Then just wait, wait, wait, and try again. Everyone's dream partner is out there somewhere, and if no one calls the landline, maybe just maybe you'll find them!
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