These are the top 5 teen dating apps you NEED to try

Dating apps are how most people are finding love, fuck buddies, and everything in between. Online dating started out as something for the single and lonely and most likely aging, but gone are those days! Now teens are taking over the dating sites. Which means you’re in luck if you’re into younger girls! These girls are fresh onto the dating scene, unlike some of the older women you might find on sites like Match.com or EHarmony! So, instead of sticking with apps like that, you’re going to have to get with the times if you want your dating pool to include hot, young, naked teen girls. Here are the top 5 apps you NEED to join if you’re feining for the barely legal:

1. Skout
This app feels like a total throwback to the good ol’ days of Omegle. Like that random chat site, you’re matched with random people nearby via the app’s “shake to chat” system. The app allows you to talk with random people that you may not ever chat with on a swipe-y dating app. Plus this will allow you some exposure to people who might usually skip over you due to age. However, you can always swipe through people if you want to! You can choose to start a chat now or leave a comment so that you’re bookmarked for them later.
Since it’s a random chat app, things might get weird. But at least it’s free to use! There are premium upgrades for $9.99 a month though!

2. Teen Fuck Dates
If you’re looking for an app that doesn’t allow users to “judge a book by its cover,” then you should definitely try this app!
Taffy lets you chat with someone before you can fully see their profile picture. Though as your conversation continues, their profile image becomes less and less blurry! So once the man – or woman – behind the curtain is revealed you already have a good idea of what their personality might be like!
While I’m sure this app will take off due to its pure motivations, it’s brand new to the scene so you might not find a lot of people in your area around you!

3. Tinder
Speaking of people in your area… Tinder is easily the best place to go if that’s what you’re looking for. Sure, you’ve probably already tried tinder plenty of times, but you might not be using it right!
If younger girls are what you’re looking for, set your age range to envelop ages between 18 and 20! This way you’ll only get matched with people in that age range.

4. Yubo
This app feels like a slightly less random version of Omegle video. This style of app is apparently popular with younger people! (Just be careful as the age limit is 12 and up!)
This app allows you to swipe through profiles and then chat via live video. This app also has cell phone verification to keep the bots away, which might be really helpful if you’ve found your match queues in other apps cluttered with fake profiles!

5. Social Media… duh!
In my opinion, dating apps are only dating apps when we decide they’re dating apps!
So why can’t Twitter or Facebook or Instagram be a dating app! Go on your explore page, and I’m sure that you’ll be able to find people that you like. Add them as a friend and slide into their DMs! Shoot your shot, my guy!

3 Free Sites to Learn Graphic Design

Learning just the basics of graphic design are almost necessary skills you ought to acquire whether you’re looking for a job, trying to take on new responsibilities within your company, or further the success of your own small business.

With the internet being the main avenue for shopping and advertising, it is now more important than ever to have not only a functioning website but one that is visually pleasing and aesthetically beautiful. You can either hire a graphic designer for hundreds (even thousands) of dollars, or you can learn the skill yourself.

Fortunately, the internet is saturated with a wealth of information so that you don’t have to go to art school to master the use of photoshop.

So, if you want to learn how to change a photo from color to greyscale or how to design every inch of your website or do anything in between you should check out these sites for free lessons in graphic design:

1. Youtube.com/tastytuts

If you are looking to master Adobe’s range of creative software, you should take a peek at this YouTube channel. TastyTuts has some seriously helpful video tutorials providing everything from tips and tricks to full breakdowns of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign.

One of my favorite things is the break down of graphic design basics into a 45-episode series. This series dives into Design theory which is crucial for understanding what is pleasing to the eye and what makes for good design and flow.

They also have other multi-episode courses on how to design for print and do photo manipulations in Photoshop.

This channel is updated often, usually weekly.

2. Youtube.com/creatnprocess

This other YouTube Channel provides a wealth of information on how to achieve certain effects in photoshop. They go through techniques such as color transition in animation, minimalist graphic design, and glossy text and give you step by step instructions on how to achieve this.

They also focus on designing logos and packaging for products which is helpful if you are designing for your own business or working on a product. They provide Logo design tutorials that are aesthetically pleasing in effort to provide you with some inspiration in your design process.

This channel is updated often, usually weekly.

3. Alison.com

If you are a less audio-visual learner and prefer things to be spelled out for you, look to Alison for free online courses in not only graphic design but in other fields too!

Type “graphic design” into the search bar and watch as hundreds of free lessons pop up.

These lessons are more lengthy than the aforementioned YouTube tutorials, but are totally worth it if you are used to a university lecturing style.

They are rated on their quality on a 5 star scale by previous viewers and you can view how long the lessons are along the bottom of the lesson card as well, so you know what you’re getting yourself into!

This site features lessons on product design and other practical uses for design, the kind of lesson you might get in a marketing or advertising class. They additionally provide lessons on other programs like Adobe After Effects, Flash, and SketchUp.

Learn more about graphic design from the video below!