I didn't actually go, but it was nice to know I had options.
Tinder declined to comment on its membership, but numbers aside, we've got wise to the way it works. The guy suggested a street market (nice idea, right? Except in reality, he picked it because it was free entertainment, and our "date" consisted of me watching him chomp down a chilli hotdog and then suggest heading back to his place: "It's literally 30 seconds away - I always meet girls really close to my flat, in case they're ugly in real life."Of course, Tinder has always been a game.
But in its glory days, there were actually people hoping to meet The One by playing the game.
Of course there are positives - apps have helped remove the stigma from the notion of "desperate" technologically assisted dating.
There's also now a new generation of apps that use a more intelligent approach to produce more authentic matches.
So long as he doesn't take me for a hotdog, I'm happy.