By Bibi Lynch
Would you remember when dating would focus on « My buddy likes you … » and end with a kiss that is cheese-and-onion-flavoured? Or whenever, at the job, a laid-back « No, no – I want to go right to the printer for your needs » would (eventually) result in an invitation for an after-work sauv blanc? Or whenever loved-up or friends that are bored you will need to fix you up along with their other solitary mates more than a full bowl of adequate chilli con carne?
Meeting someone does not actually take place that way any longer. It may – but it is uncommon. Not merely because most individuals we meet are taken (ooh, George Clooney), but because finding love in 2019 is less about exploring in pubs to get his/her attention, and more about looking down at our phones to scroll sites that are dating apps. (suite…)