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Tinder's pretty bad too, for me at least, though a lot of my cuter female friends are on it and seem to be doing well enough themselves. There are a lot of pubs and bars if you're social enough to pull that off, but I am certainly not so I don't know about the potential success rate there. (Edit: Keep in mind I was 20 when I was last single). As for quality, I’d say try to have genuine, even deep conversations and take things slow. If someone just doesn’t click with you it’s obvious. I met my husband through friends, he’s 6 years older than me.Bumble has been the only place I've had any matches at all. Depends, my coworker is in his late fifties and does very well on POF. I read this essay a while back and it really helped me a lot with not wasting time on people who were ultimately “no”s. I was looking for someone who was looking for a serious, long term relationship, I didn’t want to waste my time with guys my age who weren’t really looking for anything long term or serious.
I know Victoria's supposed to have a really favorable (for guys) ratio for hetero dating.It’s Just Lunch offers clients a chance to get acquainted over lunch.The firm does all the work, making reservations, clearing the matches with customers.It's got more women, yep, but like others have said I really think that's a result of more university students and seniors, both groups that are more women than men.I've done the OKCupid and POF thing and both are awful here. Meetup here is pretty shitty, there's just not much going on unless you're a serious wilderness buff. single women out here have their goals higher so you need to be in right places Looks like you play D&D :)There's a d&d night at Logan's Pub twice a month; it's hosted by the Vorpal Gnome and I believe that one of their d&d nights also has a dating game thing going on. I haven't been able to check out either event yet so I am not sure about the ratio of guys to girls, but could be a good place to meet a nerdy girl :)Not a fella, but 24/f dating a 32 year old guy, going on 4 years. I was sick of stupid commitment phobic, don’t have their shit together guys my age. I met my partner through mutual friends but I know lots of people who have built solid relationships from Tinder, seems to be the way to go if you don’t have a large circle.
But it's also a lot of students and old folks. Plenty Of Fish was so awful for me I started thinking of it as "Plenty Offish", but I have had tonnes of dates through OKCupid and Tinder, and several long term relationships (actually, my current partner of 6 years who I'm proposing to I met on OKCupid! I sort of assumed Plenty Of Fish just didn't work for anyone and that everyone was using Ok Cupid and Tinder these days except for a handful of weirdos and spam-bots.