It also asks for info on how you know your wingman. Maybe you shouldn’t be on this app if you choose the latter.
In theory, Wingman isn’t so different from handing your dating profile off to a friend in a bar.
I had a friend whom I’d known for almost six years.
I knew his passions and fears and appreciated his support through good and bad times, and over time he had become one of my best guy friends.
After a particularly bad breakup, I was re-evaluating my past choices in boyfriends and felt like I was missing something.
In the midst of dramatically labeling the entire male race as untrustworthy and deceitful, my thoughts turned to who I could trust.
As friends, you already know all this so if you want a relationship you need to be sure the reasons are right.
Where most apps start by asking users to set up a profile and swipe their way to romance, Wingman lets friends weigh in on your best qualities.
But if they keep referring to you as like a sibling to them or talking about other people they are attracted to, you should hold back. Think about the future Both of you should have the same expectations.
If one of you thinks the relationship will be more serious than the other, problems will arise. It’s for a couple to gauge whether they have a connection and find out whether they share interests and ideals.
More precisely, would it make your relationship easier…or harder?
When I set out to explore this question for this piece, one of my own stories kept coming back to me.