Shopping mentality of online dating
While matches may feel a strong connection through back and forth email messages the majority of Londoners pursuing online relationships found that there was no real chemistry when they finally met up.
This eliminates wasted time spent flirting with lacklustre matches and helps London singles avoid falling victim to cases of deceptive cyber chemistry.
The knowledge that a first date is on the horizon also gives the online experience a realistic face that encourages members to approach match making with the same level of fussiness as they would in real life – not an amplified version.
With over nine million Brits now turning to the internet to find love, award winning dating site Justaskmeout offers singletons a refreshingly straightforward platform to find potential matches.
The website recently won Best Up & Coming Dating Site 2015 at the global i Date Awards.
The graph shows the percentage of Americans who met their partners online as a function of the year they met. (University of Rochester) Online dating has become the second most common way for couples to meet, but it may encourage a "shopping" mentality in which people become judgmental and picky, focusing exclusively on a narrow set of criteria like attractiveness or interests, says a new study.