Dating sites pride themselves on how complicated they are. This site breaks that mold by asking you to do less and less.
“Almost nothing, really,” said Byron Dwight, CEO and actual site member. “Just a quick tl;dr of yourself and we’ll get you matched up with someone.”
TL;DR is an internet abbreviation meaning “too long; didn’t read,” and it’s the big selling point of Tillder Dating.
“Nobody wants to fill out pages of questions only to see profiles of others with even more stuff to read,” said Maggie, a paid spokesperson and alleged actual website user.
“No, she’s not a spokeswoman,” said Dwight. “She’s an actual site user. She’s single!”
Maggie refused to answer further questions, but was eager to nod aggressively at any sort of question at random with no seeming connection to reality.
This dating site, which the founder swears is both groundbreaking and “totally real. No, I’m serious!”
While the Tillder Dating site appears legitimate in a number of ways, it was impossible to verify.
We reached out to CEO Byron Dwight for comment during our interview, but he told us directly, “I’m sorry [I am] in a meeting right now. Please leave a message and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible.”
It’s important to point out that he literally said that to our faces. Real or not, this has all the hallmarks of the weirest dating site since forever.
Watch the video first
Then check out the site
It’s here at Tillder Dating.