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I was sat at a table piled with Aperol Spritz in a North London bar where the queue for a drink was a revolving door of attractive young people.

But when I suggested approaching one of the girls around us, Tom - my single, nice, male friend - laughed at me.

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And usually those other platforms make it impossible to track down those type of users as well due to privacy laws.

Thus, I recommend you avoid taking your conversation to another platform unless you feel like you can really trust this person after engaging with a conversation with them for awhile, not immediately.

Social behaviour tends to have a multiplier effect: the less we approach each other, the weirder it is going to feel.

"I wouldn't go up to a stranger," he explained, "You just look weird." And with those few words, the crossroads we are at with dating suddenly appeared before me. It has produced over 10 billion matches and been responsible for everything to disaster dates to weddings to one-night stands all around the world.

In four short years it has completed the journey from novelty app to the new dating norm - but I wonder, what are we losing from the old methods of 'matching' with people in the process?

Because if you think our mobile phone addictions have ruined mealtimes, think about what it is doing to the ancient ritual of the IRL chat-up.

Where once we looked outwards for people we liked, hoping one is delivered on the wings of chance, now we bow our heads and flick through carefully managed bios and outdated group shots.

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