The answer depends on your own ethical flexibility and that of the person (s) to whom you provide that information.Some people have no difficulty lying, the vast majority feel a small signal that it is not quite nice and a few gives themselves much trouble not to lie. In one social environment, very different manners are acceptable and common than in the other.
Morally acceptable is such a little leugentje though.For example, no one would have to resign. In the US, openly and indefinitely seem to be lying even by a decisive part of the electorate being seen as a politically valued tactic.
Socially acceptable it is without a doubt.We do not like to be embarrassed, so rather a tactical leugentje than a tricky truth. Lying about something that is not controllable for third parties, of course, is never a social problem. Then of course it is important that you both have the same story and maintain it. And not in one environment say one and something else on another occasion, because those things tend to come together somewhere.
Meanwhile, of course, we want to know the most juicy and embarrassing details of others, but that’s more for the gossip circuit.
Another alternative, just to mention the way you have come to know each other is morally preferable, but social weather is not always convenient.People get the idea that you are conunting something for them and are inclined to think the worst of them or to blame you (whether or not pronounced) that you do not trust them. If you are both skillful, you can end up with it. For example, by first tactically ignoring the question and bringing the conversation to another topic.
There is nothing special about Tinder.In the past, people had the same problem when they had met through a contact AD.
As an official of the marital status, I always say in the introductory interview that I want to know some more of the newlyweds, because otherwise a speech can of course never get a personal character.But I can imagine that on some questions they prefer not to answer. I always give this question as an example and say that my experience is that more than half of the people nowadays get to know each other via the Internet, but that some people prefer to keep it for themselves and that I respect that of course. People are almost always very open about this, because they trust me to keep it when we agree that I am not going to mention that in my speech. Never been a problem.
Really people are still wondering?
Yes and yes., why Lie
Personally, I think it is increasingly acceptable in today’s culture of internet and mobile apps to pick up your partner or new relationship via an app like Tinder.Also don’t think you need to be ashamed of this.
Just look at the trend that more and more things are on-line to do or obtain.You can buy your groceries on-line and have them delivered to your home, you can buy that new bikini with a click or arrange your banking from your seat.
Everyone seems to be much busier with his Career nowadays and seems to have less time for side things like going out and meeting your partner, the 鈧?艙conventionele 鈧?way.That’s why I think it’s socially more acceptable to meet your new friend through Tinder.
I haven’t met my partner on Tinder, but on another dating site.So don’t swiping on a phone, but do so via online dating.
Not everyone who hears it understands it.Comments are made about it.
There are especially prejudices of people who do not understand it, and compliments of people who understand it.
No one cares about how you get to your partner.
Over 3 years you go apart, and then you have of those people who are going to run emmeren 鈧?娄. 鈧?艙Ja 鈧?娄 that you could expect. 鈧?Those same people then go apart when they have two children in the age of 6 and 9. But then you cannot say anything to them, for they have met each other in the church and have really done everything to maintain their marriage vow, but it should not be so….
We are now living in a country where no one agrees and values and standards do not exist.Everyone has other, we only share the most basic with each other. Just do what you want. You never do it well for everyone. Moral is a very elastic concept.
Lying is actually never the designated road.What you don’t want to tell you, you don’t have to tell either. You are truly entitled to your privacy and personal secrets.
So you are asked where you met the partner, you say 鈧?艙that I hold for mijself 鈧?or what comes to the same.
I think that nine out of ten people would keep up with questions when you would say that you’ve got to know each other 鈧?虄online , maybe a bit dependent on your generation… I can imagine a generation older than mine, that there is just Questions would come 鈧?虄how does that work…
But in the face of 9 out of 10 people, you wouldn’t even have to ask yourself if you should lie about it. 鈧?虄Online is good enough.
If I were to meet someone through a service like Tinder, I would have no problem in providing me with this extra information, if asked.I just don’t believe that it is a very efficient medium to get to know someone, but if I would believe it works and if I were not in a relationship, and would have the need for a relationship (which as-and) I would not bother me e have Tinder to use.And if I were to use it, I would also have trouble telling others.
Why should you lie about that, it’s just a medium to meet others.When sex comes to you, that’s your business and nobody else.