Added: Farooq Houle - Date: 09.09.2021 03:56 - Views: 40614 - Clicks: 2717
If you were to select five of my Facebook friends, I could probably tell you their sleeping patterns, their favourite restaurants, the details of their last break ups, and how they deal with hangovers. One in five relationships start online. That means a huge of us are using online dating sites to meet potential partners. Love is a huge part of our lives. We watch films about it, we read books about it, and we listen to songs about it. Why then, are we ashamed to discuss our methods of finding it or, when we bring it up, does it have to descend into an instant rebuttal of lolz?
Having spoken to a of friends about this, it seems that despite its success there is still a stigma attached to online dating. The more I think about it, the more I realise how ludicrous it is.
Walking into a bar on a Friday night is not all that different from logging on to a dating site. You exchange the obligatory pleasantries, you discuss your interests, your job, your life ambitions. We want to connect with people we think are probably a bit cool as soon as possible, in the easiest way possible.
With that in mind, surely online dating is the future of dating? Unlike walking into a bar, with the click of a button you can filter your matches based on age, location and even interests! thought-provoking conversations, follow other Independent readers and see their replies. Want to bookmark your favourite articles and stories to read or reference later? Start your Independent Premium subscription today. Already subscribed? Log in. Forgotten your password? Want an ad-free experience? Subscribe to Independent Premium. View offers.Taboo dating site
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