succum to your senses
Nicole Byer is a comedian, actress, and perpetually single.
unfortunately, she’s not alone. i know too many people who are unhappily single, and still more who wish they were. “we live in the digital age” is sounding more and more like an easy excuse to ignore someone, and the idea of “settling” becoming a normalized fear.
but if we all hate it, why do we allow it to be part of the game?
and if a relationship is what you want, why are you treating it like a game?
i’m not reinventing the wheel, but adding the option to enhance it.
if you truly want this, and are truly as tired as you say you are then we+make sense is your person. app. whatever.
after listening to why won’t you date me and too many friends’ unsuccessful stories, I created this pet project to focus on the 5 major senses as a content strategy of how we interact with each other–with specified, transparent preferences the main implementation.
your not just putting what you like, but what you don’t like too. i’m taking the guessing out of “should i, shouldn’t i?” as we have very little time for non-sense.
i want people to go back to making sense of connections; making it not necessarily easy, but a lot less calculating.
oh and ghosting’s not only frowned upon–it’s impossible to do with my logarithm. but you’ll have to wait for the tedtalk to learn more.
what you look like + what you like to look at
the music + voices that make you want to listen
your favorite scents that excite + pacify
cultures you love + would love to try
how you move + activities you enjoy