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On two occasions, Mckeen and her sister meet two sets of strangers in Seattle, then Portland, who take them on seamless dates.
They engage in casual conversations, hug, then the pairs split off."This whole adventure of finding people on Tinder and matching in Seattle and Portland has been so much fun," Mckeen says at the end of her video.
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All exposed scammers will be deactivated and listed on our Exposed Scammers section and the agency is fined and may be deactivated.We’re excited to be back on Product Hunt and hope you’ll try giving it a spin! • Play spin the bottle with people nearby • Meet for a 30 second video chat • Kiss each other and it’s a match! • Break the ice with fun questions covering everything from food to pop culture • Up your spin game with bonus features such as Direct Hit (you choose where the bottle lands) Spottle is now available for download on the App Store, let us know what you think! Great idea, will be forwarding it to my single friends :).As a designer, have to point out that a lot of your assets are low resolution (I'm on a mbp 13" retina).Some also suspect that the video was scripted and doesn't represent an authentic experience with using the app.A representative for Tinder directed Buzz Feed News to a statement Mckeen made and then pinned to the top of her video claiming the video was "controlled" and therefore "safe" — and that the Tinder matches in the video were not hired actors.