“Every day we see people that catch our eye, and in that second we form a picture of who they could be and how we might get on," he says. This is a real person who we all-too-often fail to speak to and we want to change that outcome.” As we have seen this week, the London Underground is a hotbed of attractive individuals.
As reported elsewhere in Telegraph Men, photos of good-looking chaps published on the Tube Crush blog have become absurdly popular (especially in China, for some reason).
A new dating app that aims to connect lonely hearts in places such as the Tube has just launched and claims to be able to change the way we date, at least in places where we can't get a phone signal.
“I asked him why, and he answered, ‘Am not allowed to watch over other angels.”’ A sprinkling of not-so-innocent Some are more forward: a picture of a woman covered in a cloak and then another one of her in a white top, looking coquettishly from beneath the rim of a cap; an image of two women kissing; a woman taking off her trousers while suggestively shaking her hips.
A few contain hardcore pornography or viruses that infect people’s phones.
“The religious police cannot catch me.” His long, dark hair combed back, Muhammad said when he sees a woman walking past, he presses the search button in the hope her phone’s Bluetooth is on.
With women forced to cover up in the kingdom, how can he tell if she is someone he would like to start a relationship with?
We’re always looking for new things to add a spark to life,” Reem, 24, told The Associated Press.
Reaching out, discreetly The women would not give their full names when talking about communicating with the opposite sex — so strong is the taboo in this kingdom where men and women are strictly segregated.
A lifeline for the lovelorn But for many Saudi youths, who have almost nowhere to meet members of the opposite sex, the technology is a godsend.
It is replacing a favorite method of flirting: throwing phone numbers at women through car windows or in shopping malls.
Their Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones rested on the table next to the remnants of a dinner of club sandwiches and fries.