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Elite Singles advertise themselves as being for single professionals, with 82% of members being university graduates.I obviously cannot confirm this, but it was in line with my experience.It's also free - there are paid options, but unlike most other platforms, the free version provides sufficient functionality, You can divide the ladies into several categories: It is simple to use - you swipe left if you don't like somebody and swipe right if you like somebody.If they also swipe right then you can message them.On day 6 three of the 4 matches they sent me didn't have profile pictures.But I'd started a conversation with somebody; and 2 people had sent me smiles (one in reply to a smile I'd sent, and the other unsolicited - pretty rare for females to approach me, so I was quite thrilled about that).
If you're travelling you might want to sample a bit more than just the standard tourist sites - most travel experts say that meeting the locals is key to having an authentic experience.
They then asked a long serious of questions regarding the extent to which certain statements apply to myself, e.g.: And then to choose which of a list of terms apply to myself, e.g.: Good looking, healthy, sexy, introverted, affectionate, curious, intelligent, irritable, restless, competitive and serious.
And then to pick 4 similar terms that you imagine others would describe you as being (an interesting angle on the previous question).
But there are some peculiarities which will help you get more out of it: What's pretty neat is that they show you how close people are to you.
I set the maximum distance, and then can choose - if somebody is attractive but stays 150km away, they may be worth making the effort for; whereas standards may be lower for those who live closer by.