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And, if the customer orders an angel shot with lime, the bartender will call the police.
The most recent sign was spotted at a Hooters in South Africa.
"Is your Tinder or Plenty of Fish date not who they said they were on their profile? "Do you feel unsafe, or even just a little bit weird? Just go to the bar and order an angel shot." If the shot is ordered neat, bartenders know to escort the customer to her vehicle.
Emily Bartz, dating content manager for Next (which provides independent reviews and research of online services for consumers and small businesses), told me that online dating sites are becoming better at matching you to potential dates and online dating is increasingly being done on mobile phone dating apps."The biggest complaint people have about online dating is wasting time with people they have nothing in common with.
Dating sites are now steering you toward people who have similar tastes in movies, music, religion and education, " Bartz said.