ā€œIā€™m on it nonstop, like nonstop, like 20 hours a day,ā€ said one college woman.

So next time someone scolds you for going on Tinder to find more than a hookup, you can say you know of several people who have found much more.

And next time you hear a baby boomer rant about those millennials and their apocalyptic dating rituals, you can show them this article.

Also, my very close friend met her boyfriend of nearly two years who she now lives with on there, so there are definitely some people on there for serious stuff."-Lea, 28"I used Tinder to find dates.

Nothing much ever came from it, but I met some really interesting people and always had a positive date experience (even if I didn't end up making a romantic connection or going on a second date after that).

If you haven't read the Vanity Fair article on the "dating apocalypse" that Tinder has supposedly ushered in, you've at least heard people debate writer Nancy Jo Sales's claim that Tinder has ruined dating.

Incorporating interviews with several 20-somethings in New York's financial district, at the University of Delaware, and at several other locations around the U.

Even Jason*, who believes Tinder is purely for sex, wasn't surprised that it gets me more dates than hookups given that my profile describes my intellectual passions.

People with blank profiles, on the other hand, may be communicating that their photos are the only things to consider.

Our relationship doesn't fulfill the Tinder stereotypes in that he has actually been very persistent in trying to see me as much as possible and has expressly told me he's not interested in one-time things."-Samantha*, 23"I'm only looking to use Tinder for its intended purpose, which is sex.