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Then it happened, I recognised a few faces, and one in particular, we shall call him Darragh, a 21-year-old student.I contacted Darragh on Facebook, jokingly saying, “I know your secret”.Honest, but couldn’t this be easily done finding someone at a nightclub?Scrolling through the countless male profiles, all claiming to be ‘mad into fitness’, although this was questionable as they posed proudly with a pint of Arthur in one hand and a cigarette in the other, that beer belly fooling no one.Normally with the speeches, people yap on for ages how great a friend the bride or groom is, the memories of the person, and how they remember the first time hearing how the couple met. “I will never forget Kate telling me how she met Andrew. They met in an Irish bar playing pool and got talking over a beer, the rest is history I guess”.
“In a pub you can’t properly talk to someone, people are drunk, the music is loud, and many girls are boring with one-word answers”, he revealed.
I always thought online dating was shallow as it was ultimately the profile picture you see before the description of a person, but Darragh seemed to disagree, “On these websites you can view someone’s personality, their interests, what they’re straight up looking for.
As you get older, you realise how important the personality is before the looks.
I have to say one website I found was directed towards men from the country, while another towards Dublin men and the greater Dublin area.
A few guys caught my eye and I decided to initiate conversation.