Traffic light dating

05 Jul

Tiki torches are cheesy (come on man, get yourself a real torch); tiki bars tend to be fratty and serve drinks made with too much sugar (and milk products); tiki huts are pretty much useless against both hurricanes and big bad wolves; Tiki Barber...actually I always kind of liked Tiki Barber.And now Contiki Tours has cemented itself on my list. Because they allegedly ask people on their "18-35 Tours" to identify their relationship status with traffic lights.The semaphore signal was used until the four-way, tri-colored light signal became the standard in 1935.Semaphore Signals: Image courtesy of "Inventing History: Garrett Morgan and the Traffic Signal", 2006.*And a special note to you, spammers; we officially declare you a major DON' T.You could one day find love on the street by pointing their smartphones at strangers to see if they're single.We're working on a way to block them permanently, so please bear with us, and know that we're as eager as you are to get rid of these pests.

Speaking at a conference in California, the technology entrepreneur said single people could one day use an app similar to Pokemon Go to help them find love.Take a look at what this dude said to a girl named Amber on Tinder thanks to Reddit. And if you don’t get it (because most of us don’t), just remember the traffic lights: Red, yellow (Amber is also a color that is yellowish/orange) and green. I tend to avoid things with the word "tiki" in them.The Gloss first alerted me to an article by the AP elucidating the policy of Contiki (a travel company specializing in organizing trips for like-minded 18-35 year olds) that demands travelers declare "red light" or "green light" to indicate their availability for dates.Contiki no longer has the article listed on their site, but you can see it here.