Here.A.F.F., we are committed to setting up people in their late twenties to mid-forties with fun friendships that are easy to maintain.
But, once you're no longer swimming in a petri dish of emotional desperation and hormones, it can be hard to find new people you actually want to spend time with.The files contain hundreds of thousands of email addresses purportedly of Adult Friend Finders users.Adult dating website Friend Finder Networks are reported to have been hacked.The sales pitch on its landing page reads: "Looking for sex?Adult Friend Finder, which was founded in 1996, has more than 40 million members, according to its website.
Either way, would you judge a person who chose to play Mario Maker on a Friday night instead of attending your housewarming party and playing beer pong with a bunch of strangers?
Would you be able not to do that?
According to the ill-gotten info, 1,596 of the 26,939 users with United Kingdom email addresses are female, which means theres a 16-to-1 ratio of men to women on the site.If so, is it just, like, a fun thing you do, or are you always talking about "book club" and all the "important" books you read for it and all the "book-club drama like anyone not in the book club cares?Bev Robb, who does malware and dark Web research, came across the Adult Friend Finder files in March.Here's a sampling from our hundred-item questionnaire: How long can you go without talking to/seeing a friend before you worry that "something's up" or feel compelled to text "are we cool?" A few hours?It's cool either way; just don't lie, because opinions about brunch are one of the strongest indicators of the viability of an adult friendship.It is not the first time Adult Friend Network has been hacked.According to reports, a hacker by the name of rorrg hacked the site and stole all kinds of information about the sites users.
FriendFinder Networks, a California-based company that owns Adult Friend Finder and other dating websites, said in an advisory that it has contacted law enforcement and is investigating.
O.K., but are you, like, super into music?