Praised for its fine, light and memorable taste, Kona coffee once again takes center stage at the 47th Annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival November 3 through 12, 2017.
“We have women answering our polls constantly,” says Schwartz.
“It’s easy, breezy, fun, and frictionless for them.” Hear that, you #meh #manchild with a #wanderingeye and #sketchycalllog?
Some women are using it to promote friends and family members, but a quick browse of the app reveals that’s it’s a virtual version of the Burn Book.
(MORE: Four Location-Enabled Apps to Try This Summer) Founder Alexandra Chong launched the app in February, but what she describes as “Yelp for boys” has roused some of the male population, who are irked that they can’t log on directly to see what women are saying about them.
Sorry, you can’t break into the app by acting like a chick.
Lulu’s dedicated task force is on hand full-time to make sure only females can chime in.
Mail to: Friends of the Library - Waikoloa Region, P.
November 16, 2016 "HOW PREPARED IS HAWAII FOR A MAJOR CRISIS?
reports, Lulu syncs up with women’s Facebook networks to let them rate their male friends, hook-ups and ex-boyfriends for other women.