Online romance is rarely easy, but when Elin and David matched on Tinder a week ago, little did they think that by getting together they would be falling foul of government advice. Like many others who have found their lives upended by an international crisis, they decided to work out an alternative. Elin, 33, from Calderdale, West Yorkshire, had an idea: she suggested that they Skype each other while cooking the same dish. David found them a Nigel Slater recipe from the Guardian to try: slow-cooked spiced aubergine.
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Dating apps have made dating simple, but regardless of whether you swipe right, "heart" someone, or respond to their fun facts, you still need to have a conversation to determine if you want to meet IRL. When you've never met someone before and don't already know their tastes and opinions, making conversation can be a little challenging. That's where ice breakers to use on a dating app come in. Making the first move can be intimidating. In an ideal world, every match would message first and the banter would be so fun and witty, you'd schedule a drinks date that very night. Unfortunately, life isn't always a romantic comedy, and it might take a little bit more effort to fall into a smooth conversation.
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Need a Tinder message that gets even the hottest of the hotties responding? Humor works well, if you can pull it off. And funny gifs are just the thing for making her laugh. That, my friend, is a train you need to hop on.
Nowadays, a simple "come here often? And, don't even think about asking "how r u". To ensnare the attention of fellow online daters, you've gotta be entertaining, engaging and — most importantly — original.