To be fair, before a match is determined, your location is intentionally misplaced -- all they know is that you're somewhere in the area. Still, the potential for a murderous game of Hot and Cold seems unacceptably high. Then again, if you're the kind of person who owns an Apple Watch, you've already accepted an excessive level of psychopathy into your life.
An App for Snuggling With Strangers Is Totally Not Creepy
In an increasingly virtual world, it can be all too easy to overlook the healing power of human touch. Obviously, the best way to establish that intimate connection is to order it like a pizza. Enter Cuddlr, an app for people who spend all their time scrolling Facebook without pants on wondering why no one wants to spoon them while they try to find other people in the same situation and suddenly understand the answer to their question.
In our day, we just went up to a hobo and force-hugged him. And we liked it, dammit.
As you log in and start sifting through photos of other people who are desperately seeking snuggles, you'll notice that Cuddlr profiles include no age or gender information. Profile pictures should help keep you from accidentally spooning someone of your non-preferred gender, but since the app is rated 17 and up, you may very well end up fondling a minor.
"I'll bring candy."