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New Post on Examiner: Take The Fear Out of Flirting with FlipMe.com

18 Aug

Ladies have you ever seen a guy from across the room that you thought was really cute? Did you approach him or did you second guess yourself? Maybe you were afraid that he might not be that in to you. Or, maybe you were concerned about safety and didn’t want to give your number to a total stranger. Whatever your reason, as women, we can sometimes play too passive a role in the dating scene. And although it’s nice to be approached, there’s no guarantee that you’ll meet someone awesome by waiting for him to just roll along.

This week I had the pleasure of interviewing a relatively new dating platform specifically designed to empower women to flirt more with men. Ladies, get acquainted with FlipMeFlipMe is an awesome mix of technology and old school calling cards, complete with eye catching designs and enough intrigue to keep him wanting more. The concept is that when a woman is out and sees a man (or woman) that she likes, she gives him a FlipMe card. She doesn’t have to tell her prospective amour her name, just give them the card.

Read the full story here.

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2 Comments

Posted by on August 18, 2012 in Articles, Dorian Smith, Examiner

 

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2 responses to “New Post on Examiner: Take The Fear Out of Flirting with FlipMe.com

  1. Jamie Lee's Glassware Blog

    August 18, 2012 at 5:47 am

    Hmm. Never heard of it before, but looking into it now! 😀

     

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