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“And, honestly, we become lazy.” Will, a 26-year-old CPA who lives in Fishtown and asked to use only his first name so he could speak freely about his dating experiences, said about 80 percent of the first dates he’s been on since college were with women he met on dating apps.

Technology has changed how people are introduced, and fewer people meet in public places that were once playgrounds for singles.

That means less practice in striking up conversations.

Jess De Stefano, a 28-year-old theater production manager who lives in Passyunk Square, uses apps like Tinder and Bumble (its female-centric counterpart) to find most of her dates. No guessing if someone is interested — by matching with you, they indicate they are.

A bit over a decade ago, online dating was viewed by many as the last resort for those who hadn’t found a relationship the “normal” way.

These days, it is often the first option for someone looking for romance, not the last.

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