No matter how tough of a front you put on, the truth is, every now and again, even tough guys get a case of feeling left out — or in other words — lonely. True to form, go-getter and Real estate developer Nile Niami is looking to give even the coolest guys a picker-upper when a sudden case of lonelyism hits, and it’s called WOLFPACK. Over the years, the buddy relationship, also known as bromance, has been highlighted in various films including The Hangover, Goonies, Fight Club, Oceans Eleven, and Dumb & Dumber.
Moreover, Howard Devore, clinical psychologist notes “Men who maintain close same-gender friendships throughout life are likely to lead fuller and more satisfying lives in their older adult years.”
The inspiration for the app came from one of Niami’s recently divorced male friends who realized all his social contacts were connected to his wife or had families of their own, leaving him by himself with no guys to hang out with.
Niami’s idea came to fruition after doing some research and realizing that there were no apps catering to guys who were looking for other buddies. Niami came up with the name because he believes it encompasses what the app really embodies: friendship between men. Wolves are extremely social animals and exist as a social unit called a pack. The app makes it easy for men to make their own pack based on similar interests.
It also allows men to branch out and join groups they may have not joined prior to WOLFPACK. In essence, it opens up an entire world men didn’t know existed while removing any and all social awkwardness.
Whether a bro is lonely on a Saturday night, bored because his significant other left for the weekend, is looking for a fourth or has just moved to a city and doesn’t know anyone, this new app is the perfect solution. With just a click of a download, a man’s social life will change in an instant.