“I’m 5’9 so often after a bit of chat it turns out they are 5’7 and that’s the end of it.
Our resident dating expert Charly Lester finds out how to send a Spark ahead of the launch on Sunday, and checks out some of the other new dating apps created for Londoners by Londoners. Unless a female member chooses to contact a guy, he can’t see her profile.
I went on a date with this guy but he was Portuguese and way too keen – asked me for naked pictures like the day after our date, I was like, seriously?
You spot someone you fancy on the Tube, fantasise about your deliciously perfect life together, name your three kids and… You’ve reached your stop and your soul mate has vanished into the murky ether of the underground forever.
As reported elsewhere in Telegraph Men, photos of good-looking chaps published on the Tube Crush blog have become absurdly popular (especially in China, for some reason).
“This one, maybe I’ll meet up with him, I don’t know, I think he’s going to be too English, he’s talking about rugby, he looks a little bit too much frat boy…
Modelled on Serendipity, this new app is designed to help Londoners seize those opportunities to chat to people, which we normally do our best to avoid. No more searching the paper for your Rush Hour Crush. Antidate An antidote to the pitfalls of online dating, Antidate (see what they did there) launched on Christmas Eve.
The Spark will only deliver once you’re no longer around, and then the receiver has just 24 hours to get in contact before the Spark disappears. It works over Bluetooth, so you can use it on the tube.