Well, it’s been a bit of an interesting week when it comes to dating and relationships, as two new approaches to the age-old problem of finding your soulmate have come forward.
Back in the old days, when broadband was a CB reference, breaker, breaker, picking up an infection from the Internet was strictly to do with a nasty little virus on your hard drive.
I’ll stick to doing a runner from the Indian to get my blood sugar crashing, if that’s what the date calls for, not flinging myself from a plane at 15,000ft
age is neither a barrier to being attractive to the opposite sex nor pulling off a sleek all-in-one swimsuit if you’ve still got the figure to do so,
Online dating has come a long way from the dial-up days of seedy little websites, which were more likely to infect your hard drive than lead to a relationship
Perhaps there’s another reason why 500 NYU female students have signed up to be sugar babies, and it’s not just to pay their way through college, after all.
The explosion in populous of our seniors has caused upset amongst the youngsters – who wants to see their granddad appear as a compatible online dating match?
if you read between the lines, there is a time when singles stop dating. Of all 24,000 participants, only two said that they’d started again after they hit 70
If the recent reports are accurate, seniors (those aged 55+, for those of us in the UK dating world) is the largest expanding group in the world online dating
The young generation could learn a thing or two from the ‘baby-boomers’ about online dating. If internet-dating sites want to work their way to the top…