After all, we always tweet the latest news and advice on love and relationships. We have both a Your Tango account, and a Love Buzz feed.) But if you're looking for more—new tweeps to follow—ones who can give you the lowdown on dating—have we got the list for you.Joey Adams, 21-year-old junior at Michigan State University, has a dating résumé."Building a profile that usually becomes stale, browsing tons of profiles--a lot of times you send these messages to people and you never hear back. Twitter is a really fun platform: it's easy, it's lightweight, it's mobile." How it works: All you have to do is start following the luvatfirsttweet account with your own Twitter handle.From there, [email protected] Tweet sends out daily questions, like, "What tv show do you make sure to watch every week?Twitter doesn't bill itself as a dating service or even a place to meet people.Since its founding in 2006, however, it has emerged as an unlikely matchmaker for singles who share highly specific interests, made searchable using hashtags. I, of course, countered that the lives we lead online are often not the best indication of reality. He felt that she had just opened a door to her inner circle of friends, an intimate view of her world that only a select couple of hundred other people have.
They met in person during a trip to Prague that Thanksgiving, and seven months later, they were married in Atlanta, where she had been living at the time. Garland and Couch's love story might be unique, but it's not an anomaly.I was talking to a friend the other day who was telling me about this girl he met at a coffee shop. She noticed that he had the same laptop as she did and sparked a conversation. Eliminating profile building and browsing, the service uses your tweeted answers to a variety of questions to make their version of a profile, and then bring you together with people they think are a match."It takes too much work," founder Jonathan Lehr said of traditional online dating.Whether or not that's shallow, it seems to be true of many relationships throughout time.I would say modern, but you know there were tons of dates in the Middle Ages that were like "You hate the King? Andrew Couch, a fellow travel blogger whom she followed on Twitter but had never interacted with, was quick to respond.Their casual exchange progressed into direct messages, which then led to a short Skype session, "and that was that," recalls Garland.Or, you can log into your profile at the website itself, and fill out Match Questions that you might not have answered through [email protected] Tweet then takes your responses and uses its algorithm to make matches.