Please refresh the and retry. F irst, the less good news for men asking where is the best place to meet women other than a dating site: according to some projections, by about 70 per cent of couples will hook up online.
Future Mr Rights and old-fashioned romantics are in danger of being swiped out of existence and a taste of their fate is already being experienced by older men hoping for a second shot at happiness. Better news is that the question of where to meet women has a more simple answer than you may have imagined.
In fact, never mind more simple, it just has more answers, and as is often the case with things men have been looking for, most of these can be found right under your nose. Here are five suggestions for where to meet women in real life and a reminder that online dating works too.
Over the past year, holidays have become something the majority of us have experienced mostly through Facebook memories and Instagram reminders of past trips. These delayed postcards from ourselves will have motivated most of us to put travel at or near the top of our list of New Year resolutions.
At the very least you get a holiday out of it, and better still, if love does blossom, Facebook and Instagram will make sure you never forget the date you met. Companies such as Good Deed Dating organise volunteering events for single people that support charities and maybe lead to romance among those giving their time. As with all the suggestions in this article, it helps if you have or intend to re discover an interest in fitness and exercise before you choose to go down this route to meeting people.
Women are more impressed by a man who looks after himself than a man who used to look after himself, and there is no disguising which category you fall into once a spin cycling or zumba class begins. And the health benefits speak for themselves. Throughout history, men have made the mistake of employing a two-legged wingman when science not the laboratory-based stuff — the other kind of chemistry has proved that a four-legged wingman does the job twice as well.
The Telegraph has a long history of matchmaking its single readers. Dating originally appeared in the newspaper under the name Kindred Spirits in the early s, before moving online in and becoming Telegraph Dating a few years later.
While the dating landscape has changed in that time, our goal remains the same: to add love, romance and fun to the lives of single people. If you're single and interested in meeting like-minded people, Telegraph Dating.
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