Dating Apps

A New Spawn of Social

Sophia Parsons | Posted 29.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Sophia Parsons

Using Tinder for me is like eating a MacDonald's. It's something I do often but hate to admit to, however seek to it for some feeling of comfort or joy (that little air punch you do when you match with someone that doesn't look like a shoe)... then eventually having that feeling of guilt set in after my fast food flirting bender.

My Week on Ok Cupid: The One-Liners of Online Dating

Marie Southard | Posted 30.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Marie Southard

Call me old fashioned, but I still like to believe that the best way to meet people is in the flesh. It can be pretty fun to chat to randoms on Twitter or the blogosphere, but when it comes to forming deep, personal relationships, I just don't think you can get a proper feel for a person unless you've met them. I've been told I don't belong in the 21st century.

A Slow Sunday and a 'Date' With the One-Hour Wonder

The Guyliner | Posted 19.10.2013 | UK Lifestyle
The Guyliner

Being literate and enjoying full sentences can be something of a barrier on Grindr. While all those little avatars of six-packs claim to be erudite grammarians, it seems nobody is safe from that dreary "hows u??" or "heyyy mister". So when I hear that magic ping and see a headless torso wishing me "a very good afternoon, handsome" I am intrigued, interested.

Who's On The Rebound?

The Huffington Post UK | Brogan Driscoll | Posted 27.02.2013 | UK Lifestyle

As if going through a break-up isn't complicated and upsetting enough, there's now an app that will pimp out recently single individuals to their frie...

Dating: Remembering the Fun in Flirt

Gavin Roach | Posted 02.10.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Gavin Roach

About three months ago my friend and I decided that we were going to delete our online dating apps - I had two and he was using four...

In Search of Perfection

Bianca Brigitte Bonomi | Posted 03.03.2012 | UK Tech
Bianca Brigitte Bonomi

Is the notion of a perfect man so fantastical that technology provides a better representation of it than reality? And if it doesn't really exist, why do we continue to harbour after it?