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There’s a new dating app. You’re gonna hate on it.

Literally.
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Are you tired of Tinder? Find OKCupid stupid? Hate hack-job clickbait articles? Great. Then you have the right attitude for Hater—“the first dating app that matches people on the things they hate.” It's a brand new app designed by a Brooklyn-based developer so most of the current topics to which to respond are US or even NYC specific, like hating Trump or slow walking pedestrians (I’m walking here!). 

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Personally, we think that’s rude, Hater. Try and spend a minute thinking about what people other than yourself might hate. Whatever. At least you have the option to add your own fave hates. It won’t kill you to be original. Also, its official launch is on Valentine’s Day, so V-Day traffic amirite? Ugh. In any case, we’ve barely tried it but we can already tell that we won’t like it. Maybe we’ll give meeting people IRL another try. Haters gonna date.

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