Most of us just being too nice and polite, trying not to hurt others feelings, but do we actually need it? Well, it’s high time to answer the eternal question: what do guys in their 20s want…Everybody adores movies about love and relationship.Researchers explain that middle-aged adults represent a "thin dating market"--in other words, dating prospects are slim within their immediate social circles. Most people use online dating sites or mobile dating apps to improve their dating prospects and vet their dates. Other common reasons for using online dating sites or apps include "meeting people who share similar interests or hobbies" (60 percent); "meeting people who share your beliefs or values" (52 percent); "finding someone for a long-term relationship or marriage" (46 percent); and "having a schedule that makes it hard to meet interesting people in other ways" (33 percent), according to a Pew report. Most people know an online dater or someone who used online dating to find a spouse or to form a serious relationship.If you're not an online dater, you probably know someone who is.Sometimes, the roles would be reversed, where a bachelor did the asking, while the bachelorettes did the answering. Today, people have taken to the Internet to find their ideal date or mate. Just as impressive is revenue growth in the mobile dating market, which is expected to grow from 0.4 million in 2015 to 5.3 million by 2017, according to If you've tried online dating, you've got lots of company. The online dating market has grown fiercely competitive.The official dossier reasons that each of the 40 or more discoveries will work 100% of the time… This is a question a lot of women in their 20s ask.
While cyber courtships are on the rise, most people still meet their mate or partner offline.
Of curse, it’s true that like men, ladies also choose their mates based on a superficial…
by Cathleen Nolan When men and women meet, get to know, ideally, they should gradually come to that, to see whether they really want to live with each other for life.
Only 5 percent of people who are married or in a committed relationship met their significant other online.
However, the mating paradigm is shifting: the share of Internet users who met their mate online has doubled, from 3 percent in 2005 to 6 percent in 2010.