New Dating App Allows You To Listen In On Your Friends’ Dates

The makers of Boompi, a new dating app think it has a killer feature untapped by the rest of the packed, and clustered world of online matchmaking. Location based, swipe enabled and populated with a good balance of men and women looking for casual and more serious connections, it’s real big selling point is apparently the fact that, provided you’re a woman – and an insane one at that – you can invite your gal pals in to secretly eavesdrop on the chats you’re having with your suitor.

Though they would be totally invisible to said suitor, the hope is perhaps that guys would be less creepy than they sadly often are, if they thought their comments were being shared elsewhere. One would hope this were so, but a quick look at how messed up men seem to be in such scenarios doesn’t make one too hopeful. Perhaps, if nothing, else, it can provide a few LOLs for those who wish to pick apart the hearts of men like blood-beaked vultures straining for carrion afresh.

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