These are the top five weirdest dating apps out there.
Finding that special someone can be difficult, does whether so many apps to find your partner.
But these days, you've gotta have a gimmick.
Say hello to the strangest of the strange.
Coming in at number 5 is Toffee Dating.
It's the first dating app for people who were privately educated.
So if any of you wound up going to a public school, forget Toffee.
It's not for you, you commoner.
Here's a line from Toffee's description.
Toffee knows and research shows that people with similar backgrounds are more likely to stick together.
You have shared similar experiences and are like-minded.
Yes, one of us.
One of us.
There are not a lot of reviews for this app on Apple's App Store, but it has a whopping one star out of five.
Number four is Luxy.
The copy says Luxy is the number one millionaire matchmaker app.
Let's take a look at some of the features.
The service is free if you earn more than $200,000, or if you're voted in by other users based on attractiveness.
You can sort people by wealth, or if they're hot, or nearby because why not.
Luxy also says that 41% of Luxi singles Earn $1 million or more.
We're at number three and that is Hater, liking things in common with someone is very important.
Hater takes a different view, matching people by what things they mutually hate.
Hater used to publish some infographics Letting you know who hates what.
Let's look at top hates by zodiac sign.
It turns out that Capricorns do not like dirty bathrooms.
Meanwhile, Pisces hate nuclear bombs.
There's no info on who hates dirty bathrooms caused by nuclear bombs, though.
Number two is settle for love.
The name itself sounds like a downer doesn't it?
Here's what sets Settle For Love apart from the rest of the field.
When you start your profile, you create a list of good attributes and bad ones.
The good is called shine, the bad is called shade.
For shine, you answer questions like, what makes you shine?
And what are your strengths?
For the shade side, you upload an imperfect picture of yourself Then you input your imperfections right up front.
So in some respects Settle for Love gives others a well-rounded view on a person.
But it's still odd.
And, number one is a new app, it inspired this video.
The best way to explain this is by reading you Samsung's own copy.
Refrigerdating is a service that helps you to find love based on the contents of your fridge.
Simply upload an image and let the world know what kind of person you are.
Refrigerdating will then hook you up with a variation of fridges of different tastes to pick and choose from.
Man, you've got to love Samsung.
Or you get to find love thanks to Samsung.
Do you know of any other weird dating apps?
Let us know.
I'm Iyaz Akhtar trying to you online, but not a dating up.
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