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One of these was Simone Ippolito, 25, from Bournemouth, a self-confessed Tinder “player” for two years.

The salesman and part-time model claimed: “When I first got Tinder two years ago, it was heaven.

Download our free apps to stay in touch Members already registered: If you stop yourself thinking ‘I’m done being lonely’, it’s high time to take action.One of the more surprising findings was that while married men are by far the happiest in Britain, the least content men were single, who are a full 10 per cent less positive – and this was especially true of those aged 18 to 29. You can go on Tinder dates every single night of the week. We order clothes on ASOS and we order sex on Tinder. But it’s leaving many men feeling empty and unfulfilled." These men's experiences come as figures also suggest that half of singletons in Britain have NEVER asked someone on a date face to face.But why were these young men – who we’ve historically deemed to be footloose, fancy-free and in their sexual prime – having a hard time? We discovered a new wave of men who have been left feeling exhausted and fleeced of their money by digital dating – and left confused about who truly holds the gender power in modern romance. I’ve been on 200 dates, and I get a result 99 per cent of the time. Meanwhile another study has claimed that the dating app is fuelling a return of our "basic mating urges".He repeats words and phrases over and over again, mostly because he really doesn't know what to say or how to say it.I can tune it out to a great extent because I'm so used to it, but when it gets to the point where I'm biting my lip to keep from telling him to hush up, you know it's bad.

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