Do & Dont’s of Social Media Dating

 Dating has changed….Social media has transformed the dating landscape. Every day more and ore people meet their next date using social network… That’s why you should learn the rules of social media dating, and turn those ‘likes’ into love.

  1. DO. Snapchat: Personally, I’m a fan of snapchatting. It’s easy, fun, and more entertaining than texting. BUT only snap him if he reciprocates your snaps…because if he stops responding to your semi-attractive selfies…then it just gets a little weird.
  2. DON’T: mistake ‘Friending’ with ‘Meeting in person’. Both have value, but if you’re serious about meeting someone, prioritize face-to-face meetings over virtual connections.
  3. DO: follow up! If you’ve enjoyed meeting someone, tell them so with a simple note, message or text afterwards. Common courtesy and kindness are never outdated.
  4. DON’T: be creepy. If someone’s not interested in you, ‘Facebook stalking’ or ‘Sexting’ them will annoy them, and likely ruin any chance that they’ll introduce you to their hot friend who might be perfect for you!
  5. DO: take your time. Not everything in life is made to happen at the speed of light. Take the time to really get to know somebody by spending quality time together, doing things that you both enjoy.
  6. DON’T: rush it. Changing your Facebook status to ‘in a relationship’ is not an acceptable way of letting someone know you want to be with them. Talk about it first, and respect their feelings if they would prefer to keep your relationship status private.
  7. DO: be social! Dating is a numbers game, so connecting with new people on social media can expand your personal network, and put some spark in your dating life.
  8. DON’T: be a ‘text spammer’! Sending endless texts or messages to someone before meeting them in person can send the message that you’re not serious… or simply not someone they want to meet in person.
  9. DO: be open-minded! Social media is here to stay, and helps many people feel more connected in their world. Whether you love it or hate it, be respectful of your partner’s views on social media, even if they differ from yours.
  10. DO.Take it easy with pictures of the two of you on Instagram: Different people have different preferences when starting a new relationship, but if you are just in the beginning stages of hooking up with someone (or if you have a sense of whether he’s into “going public” with you) be careful about how many pictures you upload to Instagram and/or Facebook. Although you might really like someone and want to show everyone your happy, cloud 9 bliss…your boy toy might not be so keen on the idea right away. After all, once a couple-y pic of the two of you shows up on Facebook, you might as well be dating!
  11. DON’T: Avoid “like” to  all of his/her pictures: Like. Like. Like. STOP. Liking a picture or “favorite-ing” a tweet every once in a while is fine. It’ll put you on his/her radar and let him/her know you’re thinking about him…but before you get all click happy, make sure you’re not coming off as too aggressive, especially if the two of you are still trying to figure out your relationship. It’s tempting, yes, but you will be much happier in the long run if you go a little more under the radar.


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A dating site helps Americans who don’t want to see Trump presidency…

Today we have a different news form dating world… As we know America is on rhythm of elections a lot of Americans people are angry with the controversial election of Donald Τrump… Does the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency make you want to move to Canada? Well, now you can. Or at least you can try and find a nice Canadian to help you live there…

A new Canadian dating website, “Maple Match,” promises to match Americans who want to flee a Trump presidency with Canadians who are looking for love. The  website is pledging to match Americans who can’t live with a Donald Trump presidency to Canadians looking for love, facilitating the pledge often made by U.S. voters to move to Canada if the real estate billionaire is elected.

Trump’s bombastic campaign to lead the Republican Party to the November presidential election has alarmed some Americans, both liberals and those in his own party, and the pledge by some to move to Canada if he is elected has gathered steam.

The Maple Match website allows users to add their name to a waitlist matching dismayed U.S. voters with interested single Canadian. The dating site was also active on Twitter, suggesting its matchmaking service would help Americans avoid the difficulties of gaining Canadian citizenship.

The website plays into American fears and threats of leaving the country should the GOP’s presumptive nominee, Donald Trump, win the general election this fall.

“Maple Match makes it easy for Americans to find the ideal Canadian partner to save them for the unfathomable horror of a Trump presidency,” the website reads. Back when George W. Bush was running for reelections, lots of Americans made noises about pulling up stakes and emigrating to Canada. It’s about a new dating site which  it’s the brainchild of a 25-year-old Texan named Joe Goldman whose site promises to “make dating great again.

Already, more than 10,000 people had visited the website and signed up for the waiting list…. What are you thinking about?

4 funny games to play with your boyfriend…

When you are in a relationship you must do some different, interesting things together to keep the fire alive… you should take a risk, try new experiences and do funny things together…

If you feel like your relationship has been kind of dull as of late, have no fear, relationship games are here. Here are 4 simple games you can play to get the fire going between you two again. These games are for new and established relationships.

1.Blind Date. You can both write down five places without telling each other the locations. You might be writing the same places down, but you don’t know. Then draw one out of a hat and that will be where you go for your ‘blind’ date. Make a reservation and dress up like it really is a blind date. When you dress up it helps bring that extra element of fun to your night. Then when you’re at your blind date, try to find out more about each other that you may not have shared before. Share funny childhood stories, funny phobias, and your most embarrassing moments, keep it light and fun. If he gets lucky, maybe you’ll give him a good night kiss.

2. Double date charades. Find a couple and invite them to play charades. Serve some appetizers and switch up the teams. Don’t just play on your partner’s team because you guys know each other too well. This game is sure to bring some laughs and it’s important to socialize in relationships so you don’t just hang out with each other.

3. Sentimental game. This game is called 10 things I love about you. It’s a good game to do with a glass of wine, with dinner or dessert. It’s a simple game but there is a rating system. You go back and forth taking turns telling each other what you love about the other person. You will each rate the other person’s things on a scale of 1-10. The person with the highest score at the end of the game wins. You can judge the reason based on uniqueness, genuineness, and sexiness. For instance, I love your eyes is about a 1 on the uniqueness scale and I love the way you breathe deeply and play reggae when you’re mad at me instead of saying something unkind is more like a 7 on the uniqueness scale. This game encourages you to really think about the other person and will bring you closer together.

4. Movie game. This game might just be a good excuse to watch movies and kiss, but who cares. The rules are simple. It’s kind of like that family guy drinking game but less unproductive. Every time the word ‘love’ is said, you kiss your partner. This means you’re better off choosing a romantic movie or television show, otherwise you can’t kiss. You’ll get to know the movies that you get to kiss the most in. You can switch the rules and kiss every time there is a kiss on screen too. This is a dumb game, yes, but it’s light hearted and fun. These games don’t have to be rocket science. The point is to get you relaxed, comfortable and just having fun.




Smell dating: Release your pheromones to find your match…

Have you ever imagined a Smell Dating? The first mail order dating service based on pheromones is truth!

After long dismissing the search for a human pheromone as folly, scientists have begun to take a second look at how human body odor influences sexual attraction.

This  project is about a  ‘mail odor dating service’ matches people based on a three-day old T-shirt sample. A woman from guardians named  Amber Jamies  tries out Smell Dating...  

She wore a T-shirt for three days, no perfume or deodorant allowed, then sent in her tee to be distributed to potential dates. A few weeks later, she received eight samples back in the mail and sniffed the ripe cotton in search of a new mate. She received 10 different bits of T-shirt to sniff.

Smell Dating hopes to connect people based on what body odor they find attractive. For $25, you’re sent a T-shirt to wear for three days – no perfume or deodorant allowed. You then send it off and receive samples to sniff in exchange. You choose which scent you like the best, and if both your nostrils agree the other smells great, you’ll be matched via email. No information about age, gender or sexual orientation is known beforehand.

The  interest in someone else’s smell is based on the compatibility of your immune systems (sexy!).

By the end of the weekend,  T-shirt had a definite pong to it. You wrapped it up in its bag and shipped it off. A week later, you received some different bits of T-shirt to sniff. Then you filled out the online form with your top picks and awaited the results with your matches…

What do you think? Would you ever try a smell dating?


Love at first taste: Your tastebuds give you the perfect partner…

If you are looking for the perfect partner you must read this research about listening to your tastebuds and how help you to find the ideal love…

The study, which polled 12,000 people from around the world, revealed that flavour preferences not only decide whether we enjoy a spicy broth or a sweet soup, but are just as important when it comes to choosing a partner. Pairing complete strangers based on their love of the same flavours, the experiment revealed that spice and spice, salt and salt and sweet and sweet are indeed a match made in heaven.

Knorr love at first sight

A huge 80% of people said they are naturally more attracted to people who share similar tastes, with 33% saying they found it a turn-off when a date ordered a dish they disliked.

Food and flavours are a window to our character, and our flavour preferences offer a vital insight into our personality. So, it is no wonder that when pairing up, we seek soul-mates who are also eat-mates, who like the same food and flavours that we do.

Knorr love at first sight

When it comes to tasting the flavour, 48% of people would rather give up sex in exchange for being able to taste food, 70% would give up the right to vote and a huge 75% would give up social media.

If we think about it, flavour is what makes food such a pleasure and a part of many of life’s meaningful moments…. so eat and experience your taste to find your perfect love one!!! 😀 


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Single parent: How can you try online dating

28-04-2016, Οur English Articles


Are you a single parent and you want to refresh your personal life with a new date? The thing is that you prefer a reflexible way so that you don’t spend much time away from your child. Using an online dating service is a great way to screen potential dates without having to take the time to leave your home. You might even find other single parents to date—people who are going through the same things you are! Here are some useful tips for single parents dating online: 1.Be honest in your profile, do not lie about your age, relationship status, parental status, income or—well—anything! Remember, the truth will always come out anyway, why not be honest up front and save yourself quite a lot of stress (wondering when the truth will come out can take a lot out of a person)! Read more

Sexting: Are you trendy enough?

Do you know what is sexting… is very famous word nowdays and it’s about  sending and receiving sexually explicit messages. In brief the main rules of sexting are: do it with someone you’re comfortable with, start slowly, respect boundaries, and pay attention to cues from the other person. And the big one: enjoy it!

These sexting guidelines will help charge up your sex life without putting a dent in your privacy:

Don’t sext with men you don’t know
Make this one of your dating rules — don’t even think about sexting with a man you haven’t met in person yet. What are the chances a new guy will think about anything but getting you in the sack when you play “I’ll show you mine if you show me yours”? Hold off until you have gotten to know the guy better, and have been intimate to ensure a certain level of trust. It’s just a smart way to go.

Sexting as a foreplay

The right tone can put you two in a sexy mood hours before you see each other and set the stage for a passionate night. Just keep the texts short—you’re not writing a romance novel here—but spiked with juicy details.

Decide how comfortable you are

Sexting isn’t all bad, and if you’re into this level of digital sexiness, more power to you. Sexting can be exciting and fun and spice things up when you two aren’t able to be together. Just take some time to figure out what makes sense with your comfort level.

Be sure in person you’re cool

Make sure whatever you sext about is stuff that you would do or say in person. I know it’s easy to get way naughtier than normal when all you have to do is type a message  without seen each other but you must be cool if you receive a very spicy message


Likewise, a recent study turns out that sexting’s pretty commonplace. Eighty percent of study participants have received “sext” messages in the past; 67% admitted to sending them at some point; 64% have received racy pictures, and 47% of participants have sent sexy photos.

The majority of study participants admitted to rarely (less than three times per month) sending or receiving sext messages or photos. Plus, men report more positive experiences than women do, so that could explain why she’s holding back. Your relationship status might also be a factor. According to the study, individuals who are dating, in a serious relationship, and/or cohabiting sent more sexts and had more positive experiences with sexting than their single counterparts did.

According to the study, positive expectations correlate with more frequent sexting. So the more positive experiences you have, the more comfortable you’ll feel trying it again

So, if your problem is putting on the brakes–not slamming the accelerator–it might be time to take a leap of faith. 😎 

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Higher marital satisfaction if you meet your spose online? (survey)

Do you know that the most marriages in US begin with online dating and  seems that those couples are happier than others who meet through common ways?

Online dating has ballooned into a billion-dollar industry and the Internet “may be altering the dynamics and outcome of marriage itself,” said the study by U.S. researchers in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The research is based on a nationally representative survey of 19,131 people who married between 2005 and 2014.

People who reported meeting their spouse online tended to be age 30-49 and of higher income brackets than those who met their spouses offline, the survey found. Of those who did not meet online, nearly 22 percent met through work, 19 percent through friends, nine percent at a bar or club and four percent at church, the study said. 

And the results of this reaserch were subversive because when researchers looked at how many couples had divorced by the end of the survey period, they found that 5.96 percent of online married couples had broken up, compared to 7.67 percent of offline married couples.

Among couples who were still married during the survey, those who met online reported higher marital satisfaction — an average score of 5.64 on a satisfaction survey — than those who met offline and averaged 5.48. The lowest satisfaction rates were reported by people who met through family, work, bars/clubs or blind dates.

 This means that online dating is nowdays an easy and convenient way to meet your significant other.  Almost 20% of marriages began online. Just be clear that these dating websites help not by finding the perfect match for you but by expanding the number of people you can meet.

These sites complement meeting people in-person or through family, friends, or church groups. If you approach the sites this way, you should feel comfortable and even hopeful using them. Also you have a better chance of meeting people with similar beliefs. The websites either match you with people based on your preferences or provide tools that enable you to do the searching yourself.

Another thing is that enables people to discuss their beliefs up front, in the first few interactions, instead of after several conversations or dates. As shared values are essential for successful relationships and marriage, it is helpful to discuss them as you get to know someone and before you move forward in a relationship.

Finally, online dating its actually less scary than it initially sounded and according to this research is a good way to meet your love of your life… 😛 

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