I know I use music as a safety blanket when I’ve had my heart broken, it provides me with an outlet, a way of dealing with my pain through the words of others, often those who also sound pretty in pain too.
Alison Hall writes a tongue in cheek review of some classic Oxford date spots, being sure to note that she is “not endorsing clandestine shagging during a socially distanced Michaelmas, you filthy rascals”.
If coordination were possible, an agreement between all users to send fewer and higher-quality messages would generate the greatest benefit to the dating pool as a whole. That’s not to discourage some of the most disastrously bizarre Tinder messages, which have provided hours of entertainment to users and meme pages across the globe.
Never in my 19 years on planet Earth have I come across as great a drama queen as Catullus. One minute he’s head over heels in love, the next minute he’s shouting ‘she belong to the streets,’ and the next he’s begging her for affection.
As if 2020 couldn’t feel more like a prolonged fever dream, the Dutch government has advised single people to find “sex buddies” as part of their “intelligent” lockdown.
Sasha Mills talks us through the shitshow that is working through the five stages of a lockdown break up.
With so many of these services out there, we decided to ask some questions of our own so that you can decide whether OxMatch is a match for you.
I’m drawn towards the sincerity of the handwritten sentiment, be that loving or loathing, and the fragility of the material article, its capacity to be lost and found in life’s flotsam and jetsam, rather than the text which loiters in cyberspace.
Date Tonight Cafe is an online dating service, specifically for lockdown. You sign up, answer a few questions, and get sent a Zoom link to click on at a specific time. Unlike RAG Blind Date, you can’t Facebook stalk the person in advance so, naturally, I assumed (as any reasonable person would) that I would Read More…
…The Cloud, is probably brimming with dicks, tits, and all other anatomical ‘best bits’ as the internet is currently the only place we can ‘flaunt it’ so-to-speak. This is by no means a bad thing in and of itself; viva la nip is all I’m saying