" So if you are going to #Netflixandchill, here are our do's and don'ts for doin' it. Check out his page and get some condoms before her ass gets sued by @netflix!
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The app allows you to create a profile for yourself, select your favorite films and shows, and will then match you with potential partners based off your mutual tastes, similar to the music-based dating site Tastebuds. My long time friend(like 15 years long) @korimwilliams started the @netflixandchillcondom company and its blowning up!
Pilot's creator, Wilking Dorrielan, has hopes of one day partnering with streaming services like netflix to bring "a social element to streaming services."The most interesting feature that Pilot offers? You can use the app to pick a theater and movie near you for your first date once you match with someone. Netflix and Chill is the newest dating trend sweeping the nation--aka, college students everywhere are using it as an excuse to get someone over to their place and perform coitus. Yet the success rates of the so-called Netflix and Chill sessions are debatable, probably because it's become so mainstream that people get that it's basically a way of asking, "Hey, wanna come over and hook up/bone/etc.? Aside from being on FB, it was just on the Late Night Show with Seth Meyers @Late Night Seth.
A new app called Pilot is launching its beta version at the end of March (only on i OS, sorry Android users).
Pilot separates itself from the droves of Tinder knock-offs with one interesting twist: It's designed specifically for TV and movie lovers.
Do you ever wish that you could find a significant other who shares your burning love for Firefly or some other obscure, cancelled TV show?
Well now you can, because there's finally a dating app for that.
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