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Aitcheson recently started using the app again after a nine-month relationship – with a woman he met on Tinder – came to an end."I think it's a modern way to meet people," he says.They broke the ice by talking about their memorable Tinder dates.THE STIGMA IS FADINGAitcheson senses that the stigma once attached to meeting people through technology is fading."Traditionally, you'd roll up to a bar, have a couple of drinks and take a chance.
The stigma once attached to online dating has gone.
Men who message her with a winking smile or open the conversation with "DTF? ") "I think I'm a bit discerning about that stuff – I pick a dick pretty quickly.
That's the good thing about Tinder in some ways; it's so immediate." she says.
"I think it's harmless, and it's safe, and for people in my age bracket, over 50, I think it's worthwhile." Joanna (not her real name) returned to New Zealand from a stint in London 10 years ago to find not a dating pool, but a dating puddle.
"There, it seemed you'd meet a lot more eligible people in your age group.