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Despite their age, Ok Cupid has been around long enough to perfect its process of bringing people together.
Why it’s better than Tinder: Not everyone has a beard and that dramatically decreases the pool of available men who aren’t you, making your chances of finding a match higher.
And, unless you’re our comically hairless deputy editor What do we talk about when we talk about Tinder?