While she did look attractive, I opted to make a strong counter offer of .
Brooke did not respond, although I'm sure she saw it. I spent weeks negotiating, but not one woman was so inclined to go on a first date for my lowball offer. Lesson learned: you need to be serious if you want to win someone over.
Launched in August 2015, Ohlala is a web-based app that facilitates what it calls "instant paid dating." Male users post offers for dates, consisting of a time, a duration, and how much money they’re willing to pay — a typical offer is from 1–4 hours at an average price of 0.
Ohlala is an app that's hugely popular in Germany and just landed in New York with $1.7 million in seed-round funding.
The premise is simple: if someone wants to go on a date with you, they pay money to show how serious they are.
I filled out all the necessary fields and attached a nice (shirtless, of course) picture of myself. Furthermore, the number of Generous female users makes up a tiny fraction of the site's profiles.
I quickly realized this was definitely a system tailored toward attractive females. So, I swallowed my pride and switched my account to Generous. I don't consider myself cheap by any means, but I also didn’t feel like spending $150 just to get someone to agree on a first date. The first offer I got was from a nice lady named Brooke who wanted $250 for our first date.
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