extending on bumble creepy or not?

When to Extend on Bumble (Is it Creepy?)

To extend on Bumble or not to extend. That is the question. What do others think about this? Will they think less of you? Will they think it’s weird because you can’t seem to make up your mind? Or maybe they think you are just wasting your time.

Extending on Bumble is not creepy or weird. You’ve already spent some time talking to this person, and now you’re trying to figure out whether they’re worth pursuing further. This is a good thing! It is important to get to know people better before you invest too much time into them.

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How many times can you extend Bumble?

You can only extend the same match on Bumble one time. After that, you will no longer have the extend option available to you. As that point, the match simply expires and goes away.

How often you can extend?

The option to extend on Bumble only comes around every 24 hours. So you should keep track of the last time you used this feature. You may be able to use this to your advantage.

Keeping in mind you will get another chance to extend in a day, you can feel more comfortable using today’s chance now.

What happens to expired bumble matches?

According to Bumble, expired matches will show up for you again. That’s great because if you missed out on a match because it expired, you will get a second chance.

Bumble uses this expiring matches concept to entice you to pay for a subscription to Bumble Boost or Bumble Premium. They allow you to rematch right away.

Why do people stop responding on Bumble?

It’s time to address the elephant in the room. Most people wouldn’t need the extend feature if people would be responsive to messages.

By dragging their feet, they allow the match time to expire. So it’s understandable to want to know why.

For most guys, they are simply playing the field and have moved onto another app or conversation. Regardless of the reason, it’s on them. Stop blaming yourself or trying to figure out if it was something you said.