Does fear of ‘rejection’ or not knowing what to say hold you back in your dating life?
Nothing in particular happened for me to make such a drastic decision.
In fact, nothing was happening in my love life at all. So it's true, I'm predominately relocating cities for love.
To use this website, cookies must be enabled in your browser.
To enable cookies, follow the instructions for your browser below.
We surveyed hundreds of Coffee Meets Bagel members in Sydney and Melbourne to give you a closer look at what dating is like in these cities that are just a hop and skip away from each other.
To the easier city to date in to the more promiscuous, here’s what we found…
I've officially lost all faith in single Sydney men.
I never thought those words would come out of my mouth. This is not to say there aren't any great men in this city — I'm sure there are plenty. I don't believe "The One" exists; I think there's easily more than one person for everybody.
Respondents to Time Out's Global Dating Survey said French is no longer considered the world's sexiest language, with the British accent chosen as the most attractive by 26.7 per cent of the 11,000 respondents, followed by American, Irish and Australian accents.
The survey results showed Sydney has the world's happiest singletons, with 31 per cent of people describing themselves as "proudly single", compared to 45 per cent of respondents in New York who declared themselves "sad to be single".
In a lot of cultures, the first or second date can mark the beginning a relationship.