Although difficult at times, it is possible for food lovers to open their hearts to actual humans (not just gingerbread men) and form relationships.
But sometimes that special someone we fall for is not always as obsessed with food as we are.
Tender has plans to add an undo option for when you left swipe food accidentally.
While it will come at no extra charge on Tender, this same feature costs money on Tinder.
Ask her what her second choice is, then offer to switch plates with her half way through. This remedies nearly all of the above offenses (but not all). Consider it, and if you really REALLY aren't down, then say, "If that's what your heart is set on, be honest about it.
Did your date just say he wants the exact same thing you want? But I really want to try the scallops, so I'd be torn." Or say, "I can't talk about this anymore, it's annoying," and realize that you shouldn't be going on a date with a food person.
Nothing against Internet dating, as I’ve seen it work, but there is something about meeting people in a natural environment like Suzie’s Farm that appealed to me from the moment I saw the poster at the Leucadia Farmers Market.
Then, follow the instructions as you get down and dirty with some skillets and that Fresh Direct gift card your mom got you when you moved into your new apartment.
And just like Tinder, you can set filters to only get matches based on what you’re in the mood for, and you can save your favorite swipes to an in-app personal cookbook.
In some ways, Tender is actually better than Tinder when it comes to the app itself, and not just because you don’t run the risk of seeing your mom on it — unless your mom is a plate of curly fries.
You’ll probably see her on the app then, you French fry-human mutant.