Many years ago when I first tried these sites they were full of online users and I did get a couple of dates.
Then I tried these sites for a couple of months this year to find that there is basically nobody on them anymore.
It's hard when your social circle is all coupled up.
For advice on how to actually get conversations started with people and meet people this way, try well respected sources like The Art of a Charm.
Anyhow, anyone else here have the same experience as me? find I get loads of matches on Tinder, it's ridiculous.
I wouldn't even say I'm very attractive, so winning?
Perhaps for Christchurch, your best bet is to go out and actually meet people in real life. Find some hobbies, take classes or sports or whatever.
Ask friends to introduce you to single friends they think you might get on with.
My photos are me on top of a mountain with my skis, and me looking dapper with a suit (wedding). Get some chat going, other than a boring 'hey', which I've heard women don't like. Different to Tinder in that you put down more information, but sometimes too many contacts from the Philippines looking for a hubby. But I only pull it up when I am in either Sydney or Melbourne where I spend half of each month for work.The Short Version: The web has a dating site for just about everything these days.No matter where you live or what type of people you love, there’s a niche community out there for you.what they don't get is someone much better looking than them isn't going to want anything more than sex.maybe they do understand this and thats all they want too.