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You will be the envy of your friends, who have seen woman after woman disappear when they have tried such lines as "Could I have your autograph?

Remember, I've been out of the game for more than 40 years: "Did anyone ever tell you that you look like what you look like?

" If the woman is into Zen, you are on your way to love.

But after one serious heartbreak and hundreds of pounds spent on subscription fees, love still eludes her.‘In many ways, internet dating is a great way to meet people, but it’s such a whirlwind of highs and lows,’ she says.

In the real world, a person is a package and you might not notice their eye colour, but online you cross off people for the most base physical reasons.

You become judgmental.’Professor Harry Reis, who led the research into the efficacy of internet dating, said that skimming over the profiles and pictures of hundreds of potential mates encouraged a ‘shopping’ mentality.

Before she started online dating, Jo Elliott had two ‘semi-serious’ relationships.

After travelling during her 20s, she decided she was ready to settle down. charts her often hilarious online exploits, says it can be difficult to trust what men tell you — whether it’s a white lie about their appearance or more serious fabrications.‘While I’ll never know for sure, I think he’d split up from her when he first went on the internet.

But after one serious heartbreak and hundreds of pounds spent on subscription fees, love still eludes her.‘In many ways, internet dating is a great way to meet people, but it’s such a whirlwind of highs and lows,’ she says.In the real world, a person is a package and you might not notice their eye colour, but online you cross off people for the most base physical reasons.You become judgmental.’Professor Harry Reis, who led the research into the efficacy of internet dating, said that skimming over the profiles and pictures of hundreds of potential mates encouraged a ‘shopping’ mentality.Before she started online dating, Jo Elliott had two ‘semi-serious’ relationships.After travelling during her 20s, she decided she was ready to settle down. charts her often hilarious online exploits, says it can be difficult to trust what men tell you — whether it’s a white lie about their appearance or more serious fabrications.‘While I’ll never know for sure, I think he’d split up from her when he first went on the internet.With an unlimited number of other people on offer via the internet, there’s little incentive to work it out if things get tough.