Online dating, as we know it, is a world of uncomfortable truths and sanitised lies. However, the ‘why’ is less interesting than the ‘how’.
According to extremely unreliable data, 165% of Britons have a problem with your dating profile pic.
We’re projecting our own disappointment here, but from now on we’re sharing our worst online dating experiences. Anonymously, of course.
There’s a seismic shift afoot in the dating game, with the expanded access that social media grants us, it seems that online stalking is the new wave.
Finally, an app that matches disgruntled singles, not based on shared values but on mutual distain. “Hater” is looking pretty enticing – at least, to those not too bitter to entertain such technology.
One week after polluting the oval office, it seems that President Trump has also piddled in the dating pool.
According to those in the know, January 4th be the day when we return to online dating en masse. The Big Smoke welcomes the resumption of hostilities.
Romantically challenged writer Mena Soliman mourns the condition of our current e-relations and predicts some future online dating apps.
Brandon Wade, the “SeekingArrangement.com and Whatsyourprice” guy (and self-proclaimed dating expert) claim love is for the poor..and he has made 35 million dollars from them…go figure…
With “catfish fraud” is growing problem for Aussies and scammers claiming upwards of $8.9 million from NSW alone, Ugur Nedim provides advice on how to deal with your own evil online lothario.
Ugur Nedim gives the lowdown on SeekingArrangement, a dating site for people seeking sex on the downlow that’s courting some controversy.
Anyone up for a disappointing sexual experience on sheets with a higher thread-count? Meet “Luxy”, the new dating app, introduced by Xavier Toby.
Susannah McDonald’s looking at all the new dating sites to find a little love magic. She’s not so sure if “Instant Chemistry” will give the right reaction.
Dating used to be fun, right, at least in that “Happy Days” Joanie-and-Chachi way? Nowadays it’s becoming kinda twisted, sometimes naked and potentially litigious…
AYI, an American dating website, reckons American Idol watchers and Country Music fans are less intelligent than others – TBS bins this kind of stereotyping as flawed and wrong.
Discouraged by his experiences in the world of online dating, Sean Keenan decided to try it from the other side of the gender divide.
No one likes to be scammed, but Natasha Mann can’t quite work out whether Michael Picciano is very trusting or very stupid…