Another day, another set of completely useless rankings that we can use to our advantages to snag Dr. Right. Today’s info comes to us from the fine folks at everyone’s favorite dating/hookup app, Tinder, which for some random reason has ranked the eight schools in the Ivy League (Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, the University of Pennsylvania, Princeton University, and Yale University) in terms of how they fare in the swiping world.
Now, I would think that people who go to these prestigious institutions would probably have better things to worry about then where their school comes in on Tinder rankings but also these folks still want to get laid. And all of us who *didn’t* attend these institutions want to get with someone who did so it works out for everyone. Here’s how it all lays out, and where you should go to get laid out, if you know what I mean.
Most Swiped-Right Schools
This surprises me because I immediately swipe right on any decent looking dude who went to Harvard because earning potential. But maybe nerds with their own money-making possibilities don’t care?
Most Monthly Matches:
Really, Columbia? You are in the heart of NYC. Get off your phone and go out to a bar or something.
Monthly Super Likes:
I see you, Harvard. I see you.
Monthly Social Groups:
I didn’t know that people actually used the social group feature, but if anyone on this list does, it makes sense it would be at Cornell. I mean, upstate New York isn’t exactly the most happening place in the world.
So there you have it. If you need me, I’ll be creeping around campus at Harvard, swiping until I find myself an Ivy league husband..
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