Looking to meet a woman who wants to binge-watch Battlestar Galactica and dance to seapunk music? I've been the ultimate single girl for four years but I'm also a romantic who trusts her instincts.
If I don't feel a connection right away, I don't waste my time.
One guy was a doctor who took me to a Leafs game — it was like a movie. Mikey Ehrenworth, 26, vice-president of operations at a sports marketing company I prefer meeting in real life to Tinder.
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The "explore" tab on Instagram shows me friends of friends and then if you see someone you like, you can like their photo, follow them, start chatting via direct messages and go from there! I'm scared I might see someone I know and I've heard horror stories from friends who were bombarded with aggressive messages. I do have Tinder but I find it's filled with webcam girls. Good looks are nice but you can't have a meaningful conversation with sweet abs or nice boobs.
I try to limit my casual dating to two guys at a time. The whole notion of substituting technology for human interaction — it just doesn't work in my mind. Piera Savage, 33, law school graduate, currently articling My thoughts on the dating scene in Toronto: I want to love it, but find it really frustrating.
Aisosa Eholor, 24, works in public relations Toronto's dating scene is one big disappointment. Now, living in Toronto, I find when I meet someone I can do one Google search or Instagram lurk and I instantly have enough dirt on them to be turned off.
I'm a Disney girl at heart and I really thought I would find my Troy Bolton (Zac Efron's character in High School Musical) in high school. The fact that we live in the era of “Netflix and chill” doesn't make things any better, either.
Toronto guys aren't as laid back as Aussies, but they're still friendly.
It seems every time I go out to a bar, I'm approached by pretty standup men. I prefer to meet people organically, in person, and I believe our paths will inevitably cross if I'm doing things I'm already interested in.
Basically, I'm not really looking, because I do like my alone time.
But do find as I get older and all my friends are getting married that it does get scary thinking I might die alone with a million cats.
Everybody's using online dating apps and it's not weird or taboo anymore. My roommate and I do "parallels" — Tinder dates where we go out with two guys to the same place and pretend not to know each other.