We would like to say thanks again to Jamie and Violet for being our cupids!
We met each other through Lunch Actually on a dinner date.
This is great for hopeless romantics seeking meaningful connections as opposed to Tinder’s casual flings. The matchmaking app acts like a spiffy social media tool that allows users, typically made up of beatnik millennials, to not only network, but share photos and videos – similar to Instagram.
However, it’s all about fast fingers and First dates are nerve-wracking, and more so if it’s after hours – it seems too rude to leave within an hour of a bad date.
Perfect for time-starved lonely hearts is Asia’s premier lunch dating company, Lunch Actually, which organises short and sweet lunch dates for busy working professionals. wiping shebang, Coffee Meets Bagel is one of those ‘intellectual’ dating apps that use algorithms to set you with a suitable match.
Less than two years later, the pair got married in 2016 and they just had their first child earlier this month.“Yes, it is actually quite fast,” she said, “The app definitely helps to shorten the process in choosing the right one, because you are able to filter through potential matches and suss out who is likely to have the traits you are looking for.”Ms Peh's experience reflects just how much the dating scene has been changed by apps designed for those who are looking for love or companionship.
Not too long ago, the notion of meeting a partner online “seemed freakish, and not a little pathetic”, as The Economist put it in its article on modern love last August.