I have seen the same faces- when looking with a friend- on the Times, Telegraph and Guardian- i think they might do a 3 for the price of 2 or something!Are you specifically asking about teh G for some reason- or internet dating per se?It was most fun discussing it with my friends and meeting for dates, choosing date venues and the general larkiness of it. But be critical and have your friends know what you are doing/where you are going.I was living in a big city though, was younger and childless at that time and so I had a lot of offers to choose from. lots of men on one site are also on another- so don't get hung up on the Guard.I think if I was single again and wanted to meet someone online it'd be the service I'd use though. The ones I met were nice - nothing clicked relationshipwise but they were all of a decent standard (looks, education, friendliness)!Some of the people that messaged me were tits but I just didn't talk to them or meet them.Friend did Soulmates and met a guy who she says is sweet but is heavily involved with child from previous and has financial probs Relationship gone off and on for about 6/7 years now !
Check out our top 10 list below and follow our links to read our full in-depth review of each professionals' dating website, alongside which you'll find costs and features lists, user reviews and videos to help you make the right choice.The G has a reputation for being the choice of creative slightly arty lefty types, but not 100% so!Nice to hear about people who got together in this way but it obviously does not work for the majority as otherwise the companies would be out of business!Guardian Soulmates is an online dating platform which will appeal to single professionals who are looking for dates in the UK.It has a very strong London membership, with other popular areas also covered.
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I met some OK men through it, I felt they tended to be a bit My mate met her life partner on it.