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“Bloody boring” is the way Carole Lethbridge describes the man who seemed perfect for her.He was caring, decent, and interested in a relationship. This is the trouble when you’re a dynamic, financially independent woman in your 60s trawling the online dating sites for love.
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And 35 per cent of people aged 61 and over were similarly well-disposed towards online dating.
“It gave me more options than just sitting knitting in my mountain village,” said Carole, who’d moved to the Blue Mountains and knew hardly anyone. Smooth Matthew, the cad, is her first online date, and she can’t believe her luck.
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And then there are the men who came to look at her online profile and went by such names as: Strong Boy – 71-year-old; Come Ride Me – 57-year-old; Big Rod – 70-year-old; Jack Hammer – 56-year-old.
A man she met, another whose online picture bore no resemblance to reality, said when she pointed this out: “Most women don’t mind what I look like because I’m so good in bed. ” She loved sex, but not boors or bores and she wanted a relationship not a fling. In the US a new study from the University of Chicago shows one in three Americans who married between 20 had met online – including through social media, chat rooms, and email – and half of these had met through an internet dating service.