Fish 4 dating
Fish pictures can be subtle warnings to potential mates that they’re immersed in a time-intensive and sometimes expensive pastime.
AJ Scheff, a 35-year-old environmental scientist who belongs to the online fishing community, told me his first marriage ended partially because “I was spending too much on boating and fishing.” So when he got back into dating again, he decided to make it clear to women he matched with exactly what they were getting into — for three years after his divorce, every photo he posted on Bumble was either on a boat or at the dock.
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In a photo on his Tinder profile, John Prioli is standing on a pier in Greenpoint, the Manhattan skyline in the distance, holding a live striped bass slightly larger than the size of a standard pillow.
It makes sense, but surely not every guy with a fish pic is that dedicated a hobbyist.
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He’d just heard the heavy metal band play at Lincoln Theatre, he explains, and decided to grab his fishing poles on the way home; striper feed at night, and the bite was hot. Here’s my take: It’s not that fish pictures are inherently bad. I first discovered the trend when my friend, over at her apartment for dinner, asked if she could play around with my Bumble app — and once she pointed it out, I started seeing fish Curious and a little amused, I started to collect some data — and by collect some data, I mean screenshot every Bumble fisherman I encountered and compile the images into a quickly growing Google doc. The next stop on my research quest was the Tinder profile of a cute guy whose photo showed him wearing overalls next to a pond. All I do is fish.” Once I confirmed that we matched while he was visiting New York, I unmatched him. So I turned my investigation elsewhere, joining the Facebook group of a local fishing alliance.
After the photo was taken, Prioli released the bass back into the East River, as he does with most of his catches. After logging over 100 screenshots of mackerel men, I was more intrigued than ever. When we matched, I wrote him, “I noticed you have a lot of fish pictures. (As a general rule, at least in my experience, out-of-towner Tinders are generally up to no good). There, I met a 50-something fisherman who told me met he his wife while working as a fishmonger.