Love, we’ve all felt it. Or at least, we think we have. However, there are signs that we mistake for love that most certainly are not.
According to numerous internet studies, Christmas is the most likely time that we’re either getting busy, or busy breaking up.
Flirting. We know what it is, but we have no clue on how to do it, or how to spot it. Fortunately, a ‘professional’ calling herself a ‘flirtologist’ has the answers. Sort of.
Fortnite is a social phenomenon, so much so that it is now the reason why a fair percentage of marriages in the UK didn’t work out.
In the realm of online dating, there are those who operate only to serve themselves. This is especially true of the guy who faces prison for leaving his dates to foot the bill.
Weeding out the catfish through stalking people online is a reality of modern day life. However, one company is now offering to do it for a price. Career change?
According to one study, there’s a very good reason why you’re still single – you’re not being realistic.
I held a love that was not usual. It was destructive, fraught with danger and murdered the reasonable versions of us. But I’m not saying it was bad.
‘Masturdation’ is the new internet dating trend that is not what you think it is. It’s not as fun, either.
The modern dating world is a place of division. Not a criticism, I think we should have more of it. Why settle?
Instead of facing the grim dating scene, one Gold Coast woman decided to give up and marry herself. Seems legit.
Well, it’s official. We’re all bloody awful. As it turns out, the engagement ring reflects how shallow we all really are. But that’s science saying it, not us.
We’ve all witnessed it. That no-longer special someone who continues to quietly like your posts. It’s called ‘orbiting’, but I call it ‘get out of my life, please’.
There’s a service on the internet that offers you a virtual partner, a chatbot that will always be there for you. Sadly, I discovered the future of dating is very much like the present.
Dates, app memberships, Ubers. The monetary cost of dating in the modern age is spooling out of control.
According to a new study, the longer you Tinder the more likely the app will change how your brain literally operates.
I’m technically single, but due to Facebook’s algorithm, I’m seeing a lot of the person I’m sort of seeing. It’s taking the mystery out of the whole thing.
The term ‘hatfishing’ defines those who hide their baldness on a blind date. I do it, because general society has pushed me to it.
Due to a theory called ‘assortative mating’, the world of science believes that we only ever date someone of equal attraction.
In a rather bold move, Facebook has decided to enter the world of online dating. Maybe they can succeed where everyone else has failed.
A recent UK study discovered that the vast majority of couples see cleanliness as a deal breaker. It’s true, as I learned this through bitter experience.
Internet dating is a hollow place, and this especially goes for Tinder. However, over in the US, you can pay people to do it on your behalf. But please don’t.