There were so many more replies but I obviously couldn’t fit them all into this article, HOWEVER I did make a video going through some more of them if you would like to check that out: We are living in a new dating age where people can connect with one another just by picking up their phone.
The message to each man read: I was pleasantly surprised with how many people replied to my message, many of them very chatty and helpful.
Of course there were a few who chanced their arm at avoiding the question and getting what they had hoped for from matching with me on the dating site.
Here at The Circular, we were interested to see how people in Dublin used the app and if they had any successful dates as a result, and what better way to find out this information than to get it straight from the horses mouth! As someone who has never been on a tinder date, I was interested to see how common it was and also hoped to hear some suggestions of the best spots in Dublin to go for that first encounter.
I wrote out a draft message and sent it to all my matches.
, our host will investigate Ireland's digital dating scene.
‘Sugar Dating’ is the latest dating trend to hit our shores and it essentially consists of matching wealthy older men with young attractive women.
On tonight's episode, Vogue will bring us through the gritty details of a ‘sugar arrangement’ and all it involved in both Ireland and abroad.
At a Dublin Sugar Coaching Event, Vogue gets tutored on how a 'sugar baby' should behave before heading to Lisdoonvarna Matchmaking Festival to see just how far digital dating has brought us from the days of finding love at the local disco.
I was surprised to find that only four out of the 47 people had not been on a tinder date previously.
Turns out Tinder dates are a lot more common than I expected.
The dating app Tinder was set up in 2012 and is now one of the most popular dating sites in the world.