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I won’t just sit here and wait for Prince Charming to get me.” He thinks the same way, said 33-year-old Merlion, an IT employee in Singapore, who usually meets women at social events and through dating apps.
“It’s hard to date just one person at a time because things might not work out—people get busy, one of you goes on a long trip, the girl gets flaky…” His app of choice? I found its pool of users interesting, a lot of professionals with impressive educational backgrounds, careers and stints living abroad.” Francesca, 29, a marketing manager from Pasig, has met dates through common friends and Tinder since her relationship of six years ended in 2013. (But) I have an account at Filipino Cupid because my friends said I’d be more attractive to foreigners, whatever that means.” Lee, 22, a freelance consultant from Quezon City, said he has become more aggressive and dates several people at the same time. ” PR manager Sari, 31, said she ended a two-year relationship with her boyfriend because “he said he couldn’t keep up with me and couldn’t see me in his future.” She’s not currently dating, she said. Right now, I am dating myself and mastering self-love.
But good dates—one characterized by a lot of talking—are possible as well.
“I really adore guys who can carry a good conversation,” said Guy’s Grace, a 34-year-old corporate counselor from Manila.
Though he thinks he shouldn’t be dating right now, as his work demands too much of his time and attention, Dick said he is “open to a relationship” should he meet the right person and find a way “to balance work and personal life.” Sarah, a 31-year-old public relations professional from Makati, recalled the best date she’d gone on recently: A full-day affair that started with breakfast at Salcedo Market, lunch and a massage in Tagaytay, and dinner at a Japanese restaurant in Makati.