There is no vegetarian option. This is much different than the simple left or right swipe of Tinder and other like-minded apps. Because does anyone on a Bacon-themed dating app deserve a left swipe? Would you split the last piece of bacon with your date? Do your part for humanity and get yourself on this app. People with mutual matches can talk to each other. According to my colleague Emma Lord at Bustle, the set up is simple: you create a basic profile and then answer a bunch of questions about your bacon preferences, including but not limited to which type of bacon you prefer and your opinions on liquid-smoke flavored bacon. Attention, single, carnivorous ladies and gents: Have you found yourself frustrated with traditional dating apps, constantly swiping through pages of vegan and vegetarian would-be suitors? I like my bacon cooked to the extreme—super crispy and practically burnt. Today I took the first few steps on the road that will lead to my destiny.
I blame my Spinal Tap profile photo. Sorry, bacon-loving Android users, you can't participate. While you probably are sitting there thinking this is completely made up and just a marketing ploy, but no, this is a legitimate real dating app, although it probably is a really good marketing ploy at the same time. It's a revolutionary way to make a connection with those whom you know treasure the important things in life. You can find local bacon lovers that you can message, and then if you like the same bacon types, you can come together and actually meet up, maybe at a local breakfast joint for some bacon?. Emma McGowan writes about technology and, on hotter days, sex and tech. Why not do it in a fun, silly way that has the potential to pull in millions of bacon lovers? Oscar Meyer has released a fully functioning.
He said that launching Sizzl allows true bacon lovers the chance to really find one another, and potentially meet their soul mates. But enough with the questions! Does it top the odor-wafting of 2014 or the all-terrain, hot-dog-delivering from earlier this year? I just downloaded Sizzl, an app to help find bacon loving singles near me. Yes, someone made a that pairs people based on how they like their bacon cooked. A lot of effort went into parodying the Tinder-style dating apps that are so popular right now. Do you prefer pork or turkey bacon? So what are you waiting for, beautiful brunchers? Really, the only shortcoming with this app is that you can't use it to propose marriage on the spot. That's the idea behind , a promotional-stunt app by bacon maker Oscar Mayer. This is like a bad joke from 2009: — Ian Carlos Crawford ianxcarlos.
I don't know about you guys, but this is pretty much all the confirmation I need from the universe that I am not, in fact, going to die alone. Your bacon soulmate is only a Sizzl away. I guess that depends on whether you find your true bacon love through the app. According to my unscientific observations, the profiles on the app are currently about 95 percent male. Sizzl is coming to you from Oscar Mayer, and the company believes that this new app is going to be one of the most sizzling dating apps on the market. Check out our new podcast, I Want It That Way, which delves into the difficult and downright dirty parts of a relationship, and find more on. Created by Oscar Mayer, an obvious authority on bacon, it goes through a battery of very important personality read: bacon questions before using its magical powers to match you with your sizzlin' soulmate.
After all, they say opposites attract right? This is more fun than Tinder's swiping functions. So what is the bad news about the Sizzl app? Never fear, , there is now new hope for you. There are like ten people on it right now and not enough bacon to go around. The 24 years of my existence were all leading up to the creation of this app, where I am duh going to meet my soulmate, and we are double duh going to Netflix and Fry Bacon the lazy human's equivalent to. But when it comes down to it, a passion for smoked meat is the number one factor. The one that sticks out the most for me was , which they never produced on a mass scale but people are still searching for it.
This is a real dating app where bacon lovers can come together to find their ideal soulmate based on the common love of bacon, which is way more simple than trying to find a soulmate from just looking at pictures and reading personality profiles. How The App Works First you need to download the Sizzl app, then you are immediately given a questionnaire full of bacon specific questions, and some you might find so personal you may not want to answer, such as regular bacon or turkey bacon? The app, released Wednesday, asks you a series of questions about your bacon likes and dislikes. There are a lot of judgment calls that you need to make regarding bacon, so be prepared to really have to think about what you want in your bacon before you fill out this questionnaire. I wondered if my profile photo showing the three members of fictional hard-rock band Spinal Tap huddled around a Les Paul would improve or hinder my chances of finding my perfect bacon match. Here, fellow single people who understand the glory of eating breakfast for all meals, is how to follow your bacon bliss: 1. There is even an app for homosexual people to find love, called Grindr, which is basically using the same concept of Tinder, just for people wanting to hook up with those of like-minded genitals. The other option is to nix the person and move on to the next.
The screen pulses with bacon-y colors the longer you hold it. Like a lot of people who grew up with parents who told them stories about people getting murdered by strangers on the internet, I am a skittish online dater. The real truth of the matter is that these bacon preferences actually go into your real character on many other issues, so being a crispier bacon person might mean you have other specific personality traits. It's about to get real hangry up in here. What a sweetheart, whose emoji game is on point.
You can customize your profile on Sizzl, upload your photos, and then begin swiping through profiles in a similar way that you can do on Tinder. Do you like your bacon crispy? Have you ever felt Cupid's arrow tug at your lonely heartstrings, only to find that cruel fate has once again led you to someone who does not appreciate the beauty that is bacon? As far as meat-related marketing stunts go, Sizzl ranks pretty high. Attention all bacon lovers, there is now an app out there for you to find your soul mate and person of your dreams. Oscar Meyer , but will any true love come from it? You can follow her and pitch story ideas! Users connect through Facebook and answer a brief survey that weighs factors like meat of choice and preferred level of Bacon crispiness. I love the idea of creative advertising and I love the idea of non-tech companies pushing innovation in tech.
After watching their , I promptly downloaded the app and created my profile, intent on finding my one true love. Related People are clearly excited, to say the least, but will it catch on? I used to get an email at least once a month from long distance couples asking about where they could buy Fundawear. The marketing stunt functions like a real dating app, allowing users to specify preferences for age and location. After all, everyone loves bacon. The whole process is very introspective, really.
But instead of swiping left or right, Sizzl offers the more subjective option of holding down a button for a certain amount of time to indicate level of interest. We have dating apps for all kinds of very specific things days. The whole process is littered with meat-related puns which, I must admit, the punny, dorky side of kind of loves. You might think that this is really strange, meaning, how can you find someone to hookup with based just on bacon? So, not super sophisticated here, obvs. It got so annoying that I wrote a whole other post about.