An Update

To conclude our experiment: I chatted for a moment with a selection of matches, then the conversation fell silent. Result: Unmatched. The remainder matches didn’t even respond. Result: Unmatched. That is a 100% fail rate. I shan’t bother again.

So far…

So far from our experiment we have: An interesting (yet random) fact about childhood. A bizarre allergy. A blatant lie. Still, it’s better than telling me something I knew when I swiped right.

An Experiment – Part Two

About 6 months ago I conducted an experiment. I propositioned all my matches on Tinder with the line ‘Tell me something interesting’ and drew these conclusions: the majority of men on Tinder are boring, fewer will say anything to have a shag and even fewer are actually interesting (click here to see the post). I’m now repeating the experiment –…

Alterations

When your relationship status has been ‘single’ for over a couple of years, you have to really consider whether it’s you who’s doing something wrong. And this is why I took the risk and asked my friends what I do that has resulted in me remaining single. Naturally, they said ‘nothing’. Then I asked my sister….

Making Plans

My friend said to me yesterday that the problem with being disappointed when a plan doesn’t work out with someone is that they didn’t know about the plan, and therefore, how can you really have an issue with it falling through? It’s strange how we live in a time where you can’t be honest about…

Tell Me Something Interesting.

At the suggestion of a friend, I’ve approached Tinder slightly differently. Her suggestion: start the conversation with: ‘Tell me something interesting’ I’m pretty ruthless on Tinder and regularly delete people who don’t talk. So of the 18 matches I currently had going, I hadn’t begun talking to about 11 of them. Having been out for…