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Dating in my 20s
Can’t seem to leave your ex in 2020? Here’s the space for that and any other love story you got going on
Dating in my 20s
January 3rd, 2021: London My Houseparty app still reads ‘last together: date”. Ironically, it happens to be the actual day we were last together. I can't quite remember now, and that might give you an indication of just how long I've had to move past this, but I really hope we didn't break up over
I know first hand that i can be a real bitch during my period. I’m constantly moody, all of my emotions are heightened, I get triggered easily, and all I wanna do is watch Netflix on the couch whilst I eat some chocolate. I wouldn’t want to be around me on my period. And yet, he stays. He doesn
My first rodeo with dating apps was in my first year of university. Let me set the scene, I am 18 and straight out of a Catholic school. I never had a boyfriend or a fling in my life. My inability to talk to men messed up any chances of meeting someone ‘organically’. So I decided to download Tinder.
I was in a two year long relationship before my current one (well, 2.5 if you include the very dragged out 'break-up' process). The ending wasn't pretty at all - it was messy, complicated, frustrating and just a whole mush of things I wish I didn't have to go through. I'm only remembering this pas
As I was in the shower, I was mentally thinking over my potential date this coming weekend with someone I met on Hinge who seems nice but did not quite 'click' it for me, if that makes any sense? As usual, what I dread most is telling that person afterwards that you just don't see them like that. A
Have you ever been asked if you were 'planning on hitting me with a car or stabbing me' as a first message on a dating app? No? Well, then you've definitely not answered with 'I'm a bit more emotional with my abuse actually'. Maybe I'm not doing dating apps right. I'd love if Hinge showed me my 20