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Woman A: As a single girl in New York, there's frankly no more efficient way to get laid than Tinder.

Within my age group there seems to be an unspoken agreement that Tinder is basically a "fuck app," as a friend recently described it.

In this week's Sex Talk Realness, speaks with three twentysomething women about their (very different) experiences with Tinder. I realized I could spend hours swiping and some of the "DTF" or similar messages I was getting were creeping me out because that's not what I was on it for. Woman A: During that period I used it daily, if not multiple times a day. Woman A: Sometimes it was just a way to amuse myself by playing hot or not, or by trading silly messages with someone I never planned to meet up with. I found it dangerously useful for meeting men who lived in my neighborhood in NYC, which was really convenient when I was single and is annoying now that I see someone I met on Tinder every time I go to brunch. In five months I saved 10 dudes in my phone as "[First Name] Tinder." I maybe met up with eight of them? I like meeting new people and I don't see the point in using the app if you just want to text a stranger! Woman A: I had great luck and met lots of charming, smart, handsome dudes. Woman B: One of my most remarkable dates was with a man who invited me to the food court at his office building for a lunch date, and spent most of the time telling me about how he wanted to buy me beautiful lingerie and watch me try it on.

Levin said two digits of the phone number are transposed on the card that holds the self-adhesive version of the stamp.

That incorrect number, 1-800-872-6724, translates to 1-800-TRAMP24.

Enter your credit card number now." Those naughty misdials, and countless others like them, appear to be no accident.

A similar thing happens if you punch in the initial digits of 1-800-Metallica, 1-800-Cadillac, 1-800-Minolta, 1-800-Cameras, 1-800-Worship or 1-800-Whirlpool.

Rachel Levin, a Fish and Wildlife spokeswoman, called the misprint, which connects callers to a phone-sex service, "an unfortunate typographical error" that her agency "really regrets." She adds that the agency will keep selling the $15 stamps with the naughty number because reprinting the card would cost too much.

The correct number, 1-800-STAMP24 (1-800-782-6724), is for people wishing to order additional duck stamps.

"As far as we know," she said, "it was just an error." The stamps were produced by Ashton Potter Ltd. Levin said reprinting the cards would cost about 0,000, and "that's a lot of money we could be putting into" conservation. "It will just be a lot more interesting for people now." There is no similar error involving the type of duck stamps that require moistening. The 75th-edition duck stamp features artist Joseph Hautman's depiction of a pair of northern pintail ducks.

Paula Paulette is going to be 80 in April — and she’s online dating.

Chatting, talking on the phone, sending emails and getting to know new people have been very important for me and very rewarding emotionally speaking.

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