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LONDON — A former Goldman Sachs employee has found a new way to connect people through online dating — mutual hatred.
Instead of trying to find common hobbies and interests, 29-year-old Brendan Alper suggests those looking for love should instead focus on the things they hate.
According to its website, “What we hate is an important part of who we are, but it’s often swept under the rug in our public persona.
We want people to express themselves more honestly.
I don’t like it—but I know I’m guilty of this mentality too.
While we suppose this is a slippery slope, on the surface level it could be about a mutual hatred of cilantro, or a mutual hatred of people who cut the line, or the hate that both of you have at people who walk too slowly.
New dating app, Hater, is the first to work under the principle that mutual dislikes bring people closer than shared interests.
Created by Alper, it allows people to select how much they like, dislike, love, or hate over 2,000 things — including Donald Trump, cargo shorts, or paying extra for guacamole — using a swipe system.
The app is currently available on i OS in the UK and will launch on Android in Spring 2017.
According to the app's website: "Hater is making serious online dating more approachable by replacing cumbersome surveys and bios with a fun, alternative way to express your personality." It also offers "Hater Cards," ice breakers in the style of Cards Against Humanity, to help the conversation along.