Want to share yours? In a photo on his Tinder profile, John Prioli is standing on a pier in Greenpoint, the Manhattan skyline in the distance, holding a live striped bass slightly larger than the size of a standard pillow. After the photo was taken, Prioli released the bass back into the East River, as he does with most of his catches. For the past five years, Prioli, a year-old North Carolina native who lives in Brooklyn, has used a handful of dating apps off and on — Tinder, Bumble and Hinge — and built profiles featuring similar photos. I first discovered the trend when my friend, over at her apartment for dinner, asked if she could play around with my Bumble app — and once she pointed it out, I started seeing fish everywhere.
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Dear Annie: I am about to get married to a woman I am still madly in love with five years after we first met. Within two months after our first date, we told each other we were in love with each other and wanted to date each other exclusively. Yet, within four months, she was lying to me, going off for a night here and a night there, claiming to visit her sister, but actually staying with a married man she has known since high school — a man with whom, she has admitted to me, she cheated on her late husband with. Yet, one day she was showing me something on her phone and accidentally showed me photos of them together.
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