If you want a reputable dating site Mingle2day and e Harmony will get the job done a little better, in my opinion. This contains most of the creeps in your local area you've often crossed the road to avoid lol. A photo from neck to waist, faceless, clothed in a grubby wrinkled t-shirt..I bet these guys get LOADS of attention...If you want a dating app, Tinder is pretty much the only dating app worth mentioning so I am pretty sure that I won't use it again in the future because I think there are better sites out there. It's also the home of the overweight, unwashed, unshaven socially inept loser. Wow Ive seen so many of these haha not sure if there's some kind of secret society all these idiots belong to.... Apparently the majority of these men want "relationships"...It took mere minutes for Magda to create her profile; the speed is a real draw. A quick scroll through other profiles proved that a sentence or two would suffice (and that grammar, punctuation and spelling were apparently optional).
A matching system is used to provide recommended dates to its members and you may choose to only receive correspondence from members who are matched to you, which is a nice touch because it prevents you from being inundated with messages from people who probably won’t be “your type”.
Things get a little complicated when it comes to contacting someone.
So far Oasis has has a so-called ‘Tokens’ system in place to be used by free members if they want to send messages (or personalised contact requests as they are known on the site) but as we understand from their site they are in the process of removing the token-system as it was overly complicated. You have to pay 100 tokens for personalised contact requests (e.g messages) to change your profile team etc, and it is just too messy and a little annoying.
At least half came from men looking for ‘women aged 20 to 40, anywhere in the UK’.
We spent a dedicated 20 minutes scrolling through the men that met Magda’s criteria but sadly no one caught her eye.