This is largely my fault, seeing as I only go out once a fortnight to my local RSL, then proceed to drink the bar dry of Jameson; so I'm not always the most attractive prospect.Recently, I ran into a charming gentleman by the name of James Maclane, a dating coach who teaches men the essential art of attracting women and was surprised when he rated Sydney one of the best places in the country to go out on the pull. So let's take them one at a time and hear what James has to say.1.Its 250m radius is awesome for big sprawling cities like London, but if you’re somewhere like Leamington Spa then the pool’s going to dry up quick.
Pressure is high with that time limit – but it helps you quickly figure out whether that guy is worth the initial message. Who cares what’s at the end of the plane journey, with this app the fun starts before you even land.
Wingman lets you connect with others on your flight, giving you the chance for a sneaky in-flight get-together.
It’s very specific gender and kink-wise, so the potential is there to find your perfect partner.
However, the free service is limited and full use is a costly £14.99/£7.50 a month, monthly/annually.
Getting beyond the small talk it gets down to the nitty-gritty of what you want, what you really, really want.
You don’t need Facebook to log into this one and can choose a nickname.
The idea behind this is that only you and your partner can watch your previous bedroom antics together.
Always wanted a threesome but never known where to find that special (extra) someone? 3nder works much like Tinder; log on through Facebook (there’s an option to change your name), choose the composition of your group (2 1, or 1 1 1) and swipe through hundreds of potential matches in your area.
Beyond meeting other like-minded individuals, you’ll also be able to find out about gay-friendly news and events going on in your area so you can take things offline.