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Most attractive of all, he didn’t seem to be pretending to be something he wasn’t.So when he suggested meeting for a coffee, I thought why not.His profile picture showed a stool painted with the words: ‘The Naughty Spot.’ His ideal Tinder date, he revealed straightaway, was a ‘strict auntie’ to give him a ‘guiding hand’. I was two weeks and hundreds of swipes in, and I’d still not had a single, genuine date with an honest man. As I kept swiping, it became clear that the more mature men of Tinder fall into a few distinct categories.Then there was Mark, who wanted to meet me with ‘the wife’ — pictured with her face obscured, but not much else. There are the bachelors posing with cars or speed boats, the men wearing suits that varied in quality from Savile Row to Burton, but who all wanted to imply they were CEOs.Others ‘ghosted’ me — not returning messages after we’d exchanged a few pleasantaries.After a while it didn’t even feel offensive or rude — it’s just the normal way to treat people on Tinder. Jonathan described himself as a divorced ex-policeman in his 50s who now worked in security.
I’d checked if the car park had CCTV in case he tried to abduct me.When I asked why, Dave’s profile instantly disappeared.Clearly, I was going to have to keep my wits about me. When I first dated 30 years ago, we’d shyly share a warm Bacardi and coke and talk about Duran Duran.She sat and calmly listened to his footsteps upstairs in the bedroom as he packed his bag. ’A few of her divorced and single friends had talked about meeting men on Tinder — a mobile phone dating app with 50 million users globally. Presented with someone’s profile on their screens, users are asked to swipe left for ‘no’ and right for ‘yes’ if they like the look of them. Fifty-three-year-old travel agent Claire Morton's husband left her after 24 years Though shocked and hurt, the mother of three from Colchester, Essex, admitted she was excited about being single and joined dating app Tinder‘Bye then,’ she said, as he walked out of the door and out of her life Though shocked and hurt, Claire, a 53-year-old travel agent from Colchester, Essex, admits part of her was excited at the thought of being single again.