Attempting to game the mysteries of love – or, in dating site e Harmony’s terms, “the secret sauce of attraction” – is nothing new.
Equally old, of course, is the failure inherent in all such attempts to do so.
Except now it’s through superficial externals, such as facial hair and fashion accessories, rather than those stalwarts of pre-1960s courtship: respectability, income and religion.
Having taken note of the fatigue generated by mega-sites such as Match, e Harmony, Ok Cupid, and apps like Tinder, Hinge, Happ’n and Bumble, matchmaking moderns have glimpsed an opening in going radically in the opposite direction by narrowing choice to an almost obsessive-compulsive set of criteria.
Thus last week saw the launch of star Jemma Lucy’s dating app for people with tattoos:
Users connecting through Facebook can post as much or as little personal information as they like – as with Tinder – but they do need to answer the question: “I think my glasses make me look …” using just five words.Jeg har checket og dem er der tilsyneladende masser af online!Fordelen ved dette valg er helt klart, at du møder masser af mennesker, som er akkurat lige så liderlige som dig.Op kunt u gratis registreren, betaald u tijdelijk geen abonnementskosten, date u discreet en anoniem en zonde taboe!Met de handige zoekfilter is het zeer eenvoudig om een man of vrouw te vinden die bij u past.