Tiger online dating for cute dating ideas for teenagers
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Online daters beware: There's a tiger trend on the loose.
Okay, so they might be faking an interest in art to get a date. But, hey, maybe they'll have picked-up something cultural on the way, or realised that art isn't so bad after all.
And if they really do love galleries, maybe their sincerity will help them meet the right person. The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
Research conducted last year by the University of Oxford’s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit found that three out of four wildlife tourist attractions involve some form of animal abuse or conservation concerns, and up to 550,000 wild animals are suffering in these venues.
In others, they’re just smiling, or even taking a selfie.
Sally Glass, the artist behind the blog, is now showcasing them, alongside an image and description of the original piece.
“So bored, in fact, that I'd rather make a funny archival project than find a life partner through a smartphone app,” she says. But, more than that, I think new trend is a move in the right direction when it comes to dating.
After all, being pictured in a gallery seems far more appealing than cosying up to an animal in a display of forced masculinity (like Putin, see below).