Saturday night live dating video
Warning: Do not watch this if you've been on a bad string of Internet dates.
As the name Settl suggests, the sketch urges single you to lower their expectations — a lot.
Hope that there are semi-normal people using them, specifically.
So this week's Saturday Night Live spoof of dating apps deflates that balloon a little: The show's hypothetical app is called Settl.
This collection of skits from Saturday Night Live doesn't have many good laughs, but there are some redemptive performers.
The tag line for Settl is especially cutting: It's simply "Tick, Tock." (One person in my viewing party said that felt like an especially cruel twist of a knife.) Oh, and just in case you think you might still be choosey when you start using the app, you should realize that you can't swipe left.)Settl doesn't depict the worst-case dating scenario, but it's almost more chilling that way.
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