GirlCrew Is Like Tinder But For Friendships...

posted by Amy James - 

I was getting my lashes filled yesterday when the lash artist started talking about this exact thing- making friends as an adult. 

She mentioned how she doesn't have any good girlfriends and would like to change that. This might be a good app for women who feel the same way...

Our newest #sf ambassador is @msnerriss . She truly knows the importance of a strong #GirlCrew having met her gal pals through her passion as a #sustainabilityblogger. We’re so glad she found a crew that makes her heart full. If you’re in #sanfrancisco make sure to check out her SFGoodwill summer of Love party (link in bio) Photo cred: @dreamypresets . . . . #girlcrewsf #sanfranciscogirl #findyoutribe #sfgirl #sfgirlgang #sfgirls #sanfranciscoblogger #sfblogger #sustainability #sustainablefashion #thriftstore #thriftstorefinds #girlcrew #girlcrewapp #squadgoals❤️ #squadup #bloggersquad #friendship #friendshipapp #buylocal #goodwillfinds #goodwillfinds #goodwillstore #sustainableclothing #makegoodchoices #womenhelpingwomen #wonensupportingwomen

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GirlCrew started with Elva Carri of Dublin, Ireland. She wanted to go out dancing one night and none of her friends were available -- so she felt stuck. Instead of just sitting around she logged onto Tinder, changed her sex to Male, and wrote in her profile that she was actually a woman just looking for female friends and didn’t know how to go about meeting people. It worked! She ended up meeting a new friend the next night that she had chatted with on Tinder and had the idea that there should be a friendship app for women just like the popular dating app. 

That’s how GirlCrew was born. It started as a group on Facebook and now it’s an app available in 35 cities worldwide. 

Source: Daily Mail

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