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So when I heard about a friendship app, I was intrigued. I had heard about it from my improv classmate Ali (I had started taking improv classes to help me socialize more) and she said she used it to meet new people when she moved to the Bay Area a few months ago."I didn't know anyone here and I've never lived in a suburb," she said.Having a girlfriend you could just call or text and talk over a cup of coffee or a glass of wine seemed nice.Importantly, too, having someone who could discuss and connect over uniquely female problems regarding health, sex and relationships seemed like a real benefit."There aren't a lot of opportunities to socialize in Walnut Creek." Before long, though, she did meet someone who turned out to be a pretty good friend.
I gave a brief description of my interests (comedy, food, board games, baseball) and my overall personality (nerdy with a snarky sense of humor). The only ones for whom I swiped left were profiles that were mostly blank or those that struck me as pretentious. Vina only matches you with people who swipe right on you too. I still don't know if that helped, but within a day, I received four "Dittos" (that's Hey! Excited but also nervous, I responded to all of them with a "Hi! A few hours later, though, I received a response from someone. But after a few back and forth messages, we couldn't agree on a time and place and the conversation died.
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You can say whether you're an introvert, an ambivert or an extrovert, whether you're an indoor or an outdoor person, whether you prefer coffee or wine, and so forth.
There's a series of prompts asking fun things like, "what's your guilty pleasure? Vina is only for women (it makes sure men aren't trying to sneak on by using Facebook for registration).
We also each shared our experiences on how hard it is to make friends as adults, especially with busy schedules. "I found it very hard to meet new people." The internet wasn't that much of a help either, she said, because of the decline of old-school social networking like My Space and Friendster.