A dating app is breaking out to encourage people not to be sad and struggle for finding a partner, instead embrace your singleness and rock it away.
Whenever 14 February is near all those single people huff and puff over their relationship status but Huggle has something new this year, the mindset needs to be changed now, celebrate your singleness everyone!
That is why the dating app Huggle is switching itself off for 24 hours on 14 February to spread message of self-love, you always don’t need a partner for yourself, you complete yourself.
“While we want users to continue using Hugle in the way they always have, we are more focused on them finding lasting and meaningful connections, as opposed to rushed and panicked decisions,” said Valerie Stark, co-founder of Hugle.”
However, Valentine's is known for all its lovey stuff and cuteness, the couples actually envy the single people… surprising isn’t it? According to a survey undertaken by?first 4 lawyers?in 2016, 34 per cent of people who are romantically involved believe?they would have more fun being single.
On the other hand, 35 per cent of singletons fancied the idea of being in relationships.
Lots of people have been tweeting on twitter revealing the reason why they are single with the hashtag #WhyImSingle
“I eat Doritos too loudly. #WhyImSingle.” This tweet highlights women’s crisp eating habits.
“Too fine for the ugly, too ugly for the fine. #WhyImSingle”
A study claims that Generation X and Y aren’t that bothered by staying single on valentine’s day, 51 per cent of women and 68 per cent of men from the study admitting that it doesn’t mean that much to them.
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