Topics: Online dating fatigue is a real thing and it’s happening.

I was talking to a group of my girlfriends the other day and the topic of dating came up. “I deleted my dating apps again,” they said. No, neither had entered into a relationship and was now deleting their apps because their exclusive relationship required it, but rather, they were deleting their apps because they were talking to too many men, going on too many uneventful first dates, sending out too many messages only to receive radio silence, and getting too many “Sups” from uninspired suitors. These women were deleting their dating apps because they were tired.

Curious to find out if anyone else had hit a wall in their online search for love, I polled a selection of singles who were actively dating and learned that all of them had deleted their dating apps recently, and most commonly, have deleted and reactivated their apps over and over again. The reason for deleting their dating apps all seemed to boil down to either time consuming, frustrating, or boring.

“I have a volatile relationship with Tinder. I’ve downloaded and deleted that app maybe six times in the last 12 months. I usually delete Tinder because I get no messages or matches. And I really have no time for mindless small talk and flaky people. I lowkey really hate any kind of messaging, whether it’s texting or chatting on whatever app.” – Quyen, early twenties.

By saying she is dating weird old men? Over the internet means more than two websites? I think she is using a bad PR subtle as a hammer.

Thank you kindly, but my game plan is as follows: stuff depression back into the closet, go back to uni establish a new carreer then all the rest. Plus I"m a bit scared of internet dating. In real life I"m shy.

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There was no internet dating in my time, just classifieds, wasn"t for me.