Date: 2017-11-15 15:03
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She downloaded the Match app and connected with Justin Pounders, also 89, almost immediately. The two decided to meet "IRL" (in real life) days later.
With half of all single people now using some of the best online dating sites to find love (or at least quick, no strings sex – hello, Tinder ), long gone are the days when Internet dating was seen as embarrassing or cringe-worthy. Now its about as normal (but way more fun) as Internet banking.
How does it work? is the brainchild of TV presenter Sarah Beeny and it works by each member on the site being put forward and described by a friend. The site aims to get rid of the ‘cringe factor’ associated with having to big yourself up through your online profile and makes it more of a fun community, where like-minded people can chat, meet and potentially fall in lurve.
‘Who should pay the bill is one the most hotly debated aspects of first date etiquette. Traditionally, whoever initiated the date would pick up the bill but, these days, it’s much more common to split the bill. But if your date does insist on paying, it’s more polite to graciously accept than argue about it!’