You know how the toughest part of a first date with a beautiful woman is that it takes away time you could be spending meeting and impressing multiple other, also-beautiful women? Well, Grouper's here to change all that, setting up three-on-three dates between pre-existing crews of guys and girls, upping your chances of either A) clicking with someone, or B) having a hilarious story to share with your friends after clicking with no one. Register to sign up, and Grouper will consider your membership admission using advanced algorithms that involve looking at your Facebook profile to ensure you're not actually an elderly Ukrainian man trying to steal credit card numbers. Once accepted, they'll match you with a girl by again combing your Facebook profile for five criteria: "age, educational background, profession, interests, and general lifestyle". They'll then disregard said criteria and match you with someone of approximately equal hotness. Here's where it gets cool: both you and your match will invite two friends along, and Grouper will set up a date for all six of you at some worthy spot around town -- first drink's on the company. The whole idea's to provide a bit of social cushion, and reduce any apprehension that your first date might qualify as cringe-inducing, rubbernecking-worthy fun: And no one's yet published the definitive white paper on best practices for invites, so feel free to experiment. Bring two of your best-looking friends and reassure the girls that you're cool! Bring two of your worst-looking friends and look hot by comparison! Mix and match! Actually, if you're friends with that elderly Ukrainian gentleman, this is probably a great time to get him involved.