Because your social scene has taken a big hit ever since Craigslist killed the personals section, try Nerve, a new-to-Philly service (from a dude who ran The Onion for 10yrs) that's now giving you exactly what you need to start playing the field again:
a Camaro & a clean pair of sweatpants a dating site that ditches personal essays and compatibility algorithms in favor of short jokes, hopefully used to entice ladies to touch your own short joke.
Here's how it works: You'll upload a pic (of you!), then Nerve'll hand-hold you through the rest of an easy multiple-choice-style profile almost guaranteed to be funny (even if you're not) thanks to a series of mostly hilarious, choose-one descriptors for stuff like Body Type ("chiseled", "skinny-fat" & "great personality"), Drinks ("sometimes", "like Hemingway in Paris"), Drug Use ("never", "rarely", "like Hunter Thompson"), and Politics ("liberal", "Glenn Beck has some good points").
Once in, you have three options: you can post super-short, female-attracting updates on what you did "Last Night", like "Watched J. Edgar at the Ritz"; fill out equally short "Opinions" on topics like "Is Leonardo DiCaprio a good actor?" (No, Leo's a great actor!); or "Search", which basically lets you look at a photo grid of hot chicks and click any of 'em to pop-up a preview of their profile.
Should someone's pic hold up to their humor, Nerve's letting you/them "notice" them/you, or man-up and send a lengthy direct message, cuz you know what they say about dudes who write long.