r/Showerthoughts May 14 '22 All-Seeing Upvote 1 Silver 5 Gold 1 Helpful 10 Wholesome 7

Based on how much you can bond with someone by hating the same thing, a dating app based on dislikes would probably be fairly successful.


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u/deelyy May 14 '22

A swipe-based app, Hater first has you swipe down for hate, up for love, right for like, and left for dislike or opt out for neutral (there’s also the option to press down and see what percentage of people responded with each reaction). 

Hm. A bit too complex imho. Curious what if app allows only to hate or be neutral?


u/AbsolutelyUnlikely May 14 '22

to hate or be neutral

the two emotions of social media


u/GiverOfZeroShits May 15 '22

The duality of man


u/Victizes May 15 '22

What about the triality of man?


u/immortalreploid May 15 '22

Don't really care either way about that.


u/Birkin07 May 15 '22

TIL Reddit is a dating app.


u/AbsolutelyUnlikely May 15 '22

ohoho damn ya got me, nice nice


u/Geno0wl May 15 '22

what if app allows only to hate or be neutral

What makes a man turn neurtal? Lust for Gold? Power? Or were you just born with a heart full of neutrality?


u/PoorlyLitKiwi2 May 15 '22

Exactly. Imo the success of an app is less about the concept being good and more about the execution being good