Telegraph on line dating Adultchata

14 May

As the internet plays an ever greater part in our social lives, with sites such as Facebook helping us to keep in touch with our friends, it's inevitable that we also use it to help us run our love lives as well.

If it's not, it makes sense not to waste each other's time,'' he says.

''The first date could also be a virtual one in a scene of your choice.

Members will have avatars and will change their expressions and gestures by clicking a mouse." For many, this will probably be a techno step too far.

What if one wrong click results in an unintended gesture?

An intelligent, attractive and sociable woman in her early thirties, she initially thought dating websites were for losers.“But, as I got older, the number of eligible single men I was meeting through friends decreased.Parship matches people using "a scientific personality test", while e Harmony ( offers "a patented compatibility matching system".Whatever your interests, there's bound to be a site for you: Muddy Matches ( for anyone who leads a welly boot lifestyle); Classical Partners ( for those who believe that music is the food of love); a website for pet lovers ( and, of course, the Telegraph's own dating site Kindred Spirits ( As technology improves, searching for your perfect match online is becoming more sophisticated.And they won't simply be looking to ward off temporary boredom or loneliness – one in five online daters will marry someone they meet online.Daters can join a cash-and-carry-style site such as Match ( the biggest in Britain, or opt for more personalised matchmaking skills.I realised that Mr Right might not simply turn up on my doorstep.“A couple of friends had admitted to dallying with online dating and I thought I’d give it a go.