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I’m asking because I spend my whole day there, and out of respect for the person I was at age 16, I am nurturing at least half a dozen Twitter crushes at any given time.

I believe it was Drew Barrymore’s character in who best articulated the importance of crushes: they are the thing “you get up and go to school for in the morning,” in addition to your education or whatever.

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I think the stigma on that has changed some, as people connect with others more and more via the Internet.

People love to wring their hands over these options, asking whether it is even possible to meet a person organically in a physical space in 2017 and subsequently care for them, or if Tinder and its ilk have inured us to each other’s feelings and faces, making the human species more flighty, distractible, and mean.

There are so many questions, and one of them is this: is it cool to date on Twitter?

That doesn’t seem like a lot, but the report also deploys some compelling anecdotal evidence and discusses the recent advent of the app Loveflutter, which is an awful lot like Tinder except 10 recent tweets are included in your profile.

The app has about a million users, according to co-founder Daigo Smith.

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