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You can’t talk about dating apps without mentioning Tinder.It’s ubiquitous; ingrained into current western culture in the same way as Nando’s and Uber.Fuzzy Banter offers the intriguing prospect of not being able to see possible matches, which may well appeal for the more outlandish men among us.
Millions of people, two thirds of whom are apparently men, now use their smartphones to find that special someone.As a result, the proliferation of love/hookup tools over the past two years has been frankly astounding. With so many to choose from, each offering their own intriguing if slightly odd take on making love happen through the waves of an i Phone, it’s hard to know how best to get it on.Hinge has been heralded as the ‘sophisticated Tinder’ – an app that works in a similar way, but isn’t so tuned into the premise of casual digital dating.Instead, the app attempts to connect people who are already in extended friendship circles.
No, it’s because Fuzzy Banter is exactly what its name suggests: farcical fun for lads in chinos, possibly flying off to Marbella.
Dyer himself said: "It's like Tinder, but with more b******s and mystery." There’s that reference to Tinder again – but this time it goes in the opposite direction to Hinge; instead moving into the territory of less charm, more unabashed naughtiness.