45 episodes

Jesse Peterson, the writer behind Tinder District, brings you the Just the Tip podcast - your premier source for dating advice, sex tips, and hilarious stories that will help you navigate any dating situation and feel glad that you're not alone in this crazy dating scene. Hear from guest hosts of all kinds to get a wide range of perspectives. Get ready to laugh while you learn!

Just the Tip: The Tinder District Podcast Just the Tip: The Tinder District Podcast

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.0, 69 Ratings

Jesse Peterson, the writer behind Tinder District, brings you the Just the Tip podcast - your premier source for dating advice, sex tips, and hilarious stories that will help you navigate any dating situation and feel glad that you're not alone in this crazy dating scene. Hear from guest hosts of all kinds to get a wide range of perspectives. Get ready to laugh while you learn!

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
69 Ratings

69 Ratings

GoHoos_MS ,

Hilarious, entertaining, and insightful advice

This podcast completely changed my hour long commutes! Jesse and all of her guests on the show are hilarious, and it’s impossible not to enjoy their many stories and the crazy situations they find themselves in. On top of that, the dating advice they give is great and I’ve found myself using it frequently! Do yourself a favor and subscribe to this show!

Where is Otis? ,

Toxic dating advice

Instead of discussing ways to improve relationships and dating, this podcast primarily involves the host trashing men or talking about personal drunken hookups. Very immature and offers no substance or value. If you want to improve your dating life, this is not it. There are much better dating podcasts to listen to.

Rachel9260 ,

Entertaining, I’ll give it that

I saw this podcast when I was searching for another podcasts with a similar name (Just a Tip) and thought it would be an interesting listen. It doesn’t fall short in that department, but I find Jess and some (take note I said some) of her guests to be shallow and VERY millennial. I’m a millennial myself, so I can say that. I found the first episode to be really enjoyable and hoped that would continue, but almost every episode, Jess says something I do not agree with. And that’s fine, we do not need to agree. However, when it comes to judging someone by their lack of use of social media (and I mean that as in either they have social media and do not use it very much, or they do not have it period), I find her judgment to be nonsensical. Who the hell judges someone if they don’t want to use social media? Personally, hats off to those who aren’t brainless social media zombies like Jess and some her guests. I’ll probably keep this podcast in my back pocket for when I’m finished listening to my podcast roster for the week, but it’s nothing I would prioritize or add to my list of regulars. Not really worth the time. Too shallow, too millennial, too immature, and too judgmental. If that’s what you like though, this podcast is your cup of tea.

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