they are the only one “where women are in full control of the courting process, making shopping for men as easy as shopping for shoes.” Truthfully, there is not one part of that selling point that doesn’t make us cringe.

Nonetheless, curiosity got the best of us, so we dug a little deeper to find out just how it works: “Inside Adopt AGuy.com’s supermarket of love, a woman shops for ‘products’ at her leisure.

In addition to the stupefying abundance of options, there is the deteriorating quality of interactions and consequent dates.

In the off chance that you manage to break the virtual barrier and coordinate a physical rendezvous, there is a high likelihood the person will have mentally checked out by the second cocktail, eager to swipe on to the next B-list bikini model.

Given the rate at which it is spewing out a stream of notifications, stemming from none other than five dating apps (full disclosure—she has a separate folder), it certainly seems like a threat to one’s sanity at the very least.

Over the past year, online dating fatigue has become a justifiable phenomenon that is forcing more single people to adopt a blasé approach or even abandon it altogether.

With dating apps as our metaphorical free pass, we appear to be zipping through this dystopian carnival of love with our trademark extremism, only to be confronted by an ardent sense of nausea at the end of each ride.

As I watch my friend massacre her phone, my mind drifts to my rookie Tinder days, which coincide with my time living in Paris.

When she’s ready to commit, she places as many products as she likes in her ‘cart’, opening the lines of communication.

Until then, men sit on the shelf, competing for attention and waiting to get noticed.” In other words, the women a.k.a “shoppers” are the only ones who can initiate communication and then the guys a.k.a “products” have to sell themselves through their online profiles.

The company’s CEO and co-founder, Sebastien Sikorski, had this little gem of wisdom to share with the world when the U. site apparently launched, “Everyone views the French as masters of love.