Rsvp dating statistics
According to global statistics, the popularity of online dating is at an all-time high.With the "desperate and dateless" stigma long gone, many are swapping the club scene for computer screens as a fun and efficient way to find love.I not saying that I am the catch of the century I’m not, but I am a catch in the real world.
So RSVP is really set up for all the very attractive, people out there, and (and here is the problem) the people who think they are.
I earn 200k per year, not something I usually boast about, I only mention it so you know that I am not a looser. Put bluntly men and women who send kisses and emails to people that are TOTALITY out of there league, ugly V attractive, slim V fat, Educated V Non-Educated. The partner that they would find suitable to them would be within their league.
This type of contact of course is setting people up for disappointment and rejection. So what about people that are, say in a pub or dance situation would the above apply. For instance I found that the only kisses I received are from women who well-I need to be blunt here are ”Old Fat Hags” Women that in the real world would never in a million years think they could flirt with me. But I am rejected by the kind of women who I would only give a cursory glance in a super market.
About a week later we started speaking on the phone, then we caught up for coffee the following week.
Dating app Tinder says 15 per cent of Australia’s population – almost 3.5 million people - use their services, propelled by lust or the quest for love.
I am A 53 year old man, 170, average body, not fat ( women say I am well- a looker)I do not look my age (The wonders of plastic surgery) I look after my self, diet, gym etc. The statistics on my personal experience has shown me that people on RSVP do not live in the real world.