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Who's getting a rose, who's not getting a rose, so you better come up with your best answer or else you won't get that date," Bukowski said.
Sure, good looks is always a plus, but what women really want is someone they can connect with on a deeper level.
Apps like Tinder and Bumble are so played out at this point, and can seem useless for those looking for something more meaningful than getting played into a quick hook-up.
This also means men won't be rejected solely on how they look. With his previous experience with competing against other men to win the heart of a woman, plus his passion for apps and the digital space, it seems like the perfect fit.
"I honestly haven't been on many dating apps in the past.