That’s just about how Twitter works as a dating site.
You follow someone, hopefully they follow you back, and you spend some time reading their inner thoughts and finding out their interests.
From there, [email protected] Tweet sends out daily questions, like, "What tv show do you make sure to watch every week?
Your personality profile is a compilation of your thoughts (tweets), bio, and what you choose to Re Tweet and who you choose to interact with.
If someone is using their Twitter as a personal outlet for their thoughts and bits and pieces of their life, you can truly get to know someone’s interests, likes/ dislikes, and some of their personality over time.
You’ll chat for a bit through text or maybe a phone call to discover their likes, dislikes, and if there is any chemistry.
You meet, chat, and meet again once mutual interest is established.
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Now, if you want to get your flirt on with a random cute guy, all of your followers will see your tweets (unless the dude happens follows you, too, which allows you to direct message each other instead). 14, the site allows users to send a private message to anyone using its "flirt box." Then, it provides a platform for budding tweet-crossed lovers to chat further.
However, like all dating sites, there is always the possibility that the person on the other end of the timeline is not being authentic. Although you can’t assume everyone is out to deceive you like some sort of dating boogie man, you can’t give those 140 characters the full benefit of the doubt.
Approach this situation, like any, with caution and using your best judgment. Is the person on the other end of the timeline authentic? Cuss., a faith based blog that finds valuable lessons in pop culture and every day life. You can follow her or the blog on twitter @deerene_lcc @laughcrycuss or visit the site at
There are countless stories of people gaining notoriety, access to celebrities, and even job opportunities from Twitter, so is it possible that there is love out there too. The short answer is yes – Twitter is a dating site… You laugh at jokes, follow people through tough times, and even form real bonds over your love of “Breaking Bad.”Unlike other dating sites that compile your personality profile based on science and questionnaires, Twitter is a bit more organic.