“However, at least according to the answers, dating someone for a brief period of time is not the same as being in a relationship,” the article says in what is probably the understatement of the century. I’m not kidding, what are the other 49 percent of men and 51 percent of women expecting?!“Most of those who participated in the survey said they were open to dating someone from another country, but complications appeared when they were asked about long term relationships. Things change when the question becomes conveniently vague and asks if they are open to dating first and seeing where things go later: 73 percent of men totally support this, while only 45 percent of women are into it. “Issues such as language barriers (43 percent of men, 47 percent of women) and cultural differences (30 percent of men, 26 percent of women) are brought up by those surveyed as two reasons for reaching this conclusion,” says the article, putting an end to the dreams of those foreigners hoping to one day marry a Facundo or a Florencia and buying an near San Antonio de Areco where you can breed horses and retire. “Oh, I will get Tinder Passport so I can look for people in Buenos Aires while I’m in Buenos Aires! Anyway, all this is to say 22 percent of men and 23 percent of women using Tinder Passport think they could be “in a potential romantic relationship”. So be very aware that 78 percent of men and 77 percent of women there don’t think of a “relationship” when using Tinder Passport. Where Black Mirror uses humanity’s increasing over-reliance on technology as fodder for each new horrific episode, “Encerrados” takes a Hitchcockian look at the mortifying mundanity of routine.
The Argentinian nightlife is versatile, atmospheric and knows no time limits.Even seasoned night owls are sometimes surprised by the stamina of Argentinian women, who enjoy dancing the nights and celebrating easily until the early morning – in general, a party night in Argentina does not start much earlier than midnight and the mood usually only comes between 2 and 3 o’clock in the morning really in motion.Most of the tourists come from South America, North America and Europe.Due to Argentina’s wide variety of landscapes, cultural tours and active holidays in the country are just as popular as city breaks and beach holidays.Another popular dating app is Happn with 1.4M users. While many users will still not admit to their relatives or friends that they met their partner through the dating app, it has become more customary to hear of a friend or relative explaining how they met their significant other through them.
Maybe that’s why you’re always cautioned with horror stories about the thousands of that lurk in the shady corridors of Argentina after dark. Because according to a recent survey conducted by popular dating app Tinder and recently published by La Nación, a majority of Argentines prefer to look for foreigners when it comes to dating.Perhaps tired of falling victim to what Master of None’s Aziz Ansari calls the “undeniably darker side” of BA’s dating scene, many have turned to the wide-eyed naïveté of foreign visitors.But at one point it just becomes a collection of matches and anonymous faces that you don’t even remember matching with in the first place but are suddenly asking you for your Instagram account or your Whats App number in the middle of the night.) But back to the Tinder thing. Well, 61 percent of Argentine men say a foreign accent “is very interesting” (probably the most boring thing you could ever say about the attractiveness of a foreign accent) while 54 percent of women consider it “a weapon of lethal seduction.” Eh. OK, totally not judging you because apparently a lot of people use it, so whatever.Not a great way to put it but definitely better than “very interesting.” Oh, and when you get to the “relationships” part, that’s when it gets to “it’s complicated”. Apparently 51 percent of men and 49 percent of women who use Tinder Passport “seek to meet people from other countries”, WHICH IS OBVIOUS BECAUSE WHY ELSE WOULD YOU HAVE TINDER PASSPORT THEN, JESUS CHRIST.Thus, as in many South American countries, especially the music and especially the tango connects the inhabitants of Argentina.