I used the same line with men on dating apps…here’s what they said.

If you’ve ever used apps like Tinder, Bumble or Happn, then you won’t be surprised when I tell you that the most common opening line from guys is a simple ‘Hey’. After 50 or so of these messages, it gets a bit monotonous. After my last post, you’ll know I was left a little stung after an encounter with a man that thought he was the centre of the universe. So, a bottle of wine deep and 3 dating apps re-downloaded, we’re ready for a not-so-scientific experiment. If men can hit girls up with the same ‘Hey’ every time, I … Continue reading I used the same line with men on dating apps…here’s what they said.

11 signs he’s actually, definitely, 110% into you.

So I thought I’d offer out some friendly advice for all guys and gals that are still wondering if that special person is ‘the one’. This is like, expert level dating advice, so if you’re a novice you’re probably thinking that all these signs means he doesn’t like you. You’re wrong. He’s totally in love with you. 1. He’s totally playing hard to get. He’s a busy guy you know. He couldn’t possibly spare 2 seconds to reply. Just text him again. 17 times. He will love it. When he does respond, make sure you’re waiting by your phone so … Continue reading 11 signs he’s actually, definitely, 110% into you.

Tony.

Ok; I’ll admit it. I’ve been avoiding posting. It’s not because I haven’t wanted to. I’ve just been reflecting. Sometimes I wonder whether or not this blog is a good idea. When I set it up and first  publicly posted, a couple of guys got in touch and asked if I would ever write about them. Funnily enough these were men that weren’t note-worthy at all, mostly because they weren’t very interesting as humans, but also I didn’t feel that the experiences I’d shared with them were worth talking about. One opinion that really stuck was from a guy  I … Continue reading Tony.

Tinder Gold or a Big Mac? The real philosophical question. (Guest Blog)

Disclaimer, number 1 – this is from a hetero, cis-woman perspective. Disclaimer, number 2 – this is best read while eating a Big Mac. Like most literature. (Except maybe a Joe Wicks – The Body Coach book) Sure, I would love to meet Prince Charming in a stylish coffee shop because he saw that I was reading into the effects of member diversity in top management team on organisational performance, and he thought ‘wow this stunningly beautiful woman must also be really smart and I need to hear her thoughts and opinions for the rest of my life’… but let’s … Continue reading Tinder Gold or a Big Mac? The real philosophical question. (Guest Blog)