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Then he confessed he had always fantasised about being with an older woman.Since I was not looking to fulfill someone's fantasy, that was the end of that,” she shrugs. “One day, I was on the site and a chap (his profile said he was a businessman), messaged me asking: “At your age, can you still have children? Supriya is realistic about her expectations from the apps. On the whole, the men I've chatted with so far have been upfront [one even admitted he was still married though in the process of getting a divorce].It is entirely your call if you want to engage in a conversation — or more,” she points out. I asked Vikram Venkat (*), a media professional in his 40s who readily admitted that he is lonely.He has just moved into a new city on work, and has no social life or circle there.Cougars and sugar daddies are the norm, if you go by breathless reports across various media/sites.And it is true that urban women have overwhelmingly embraced the apps.In fact, a catchy new jingle has giggly girls urging you “to go boy-browsing with your new bestie”.If the girls sound sassy, sexy and 20-something, it is not a coincidence.
Jayapal, meanwhile, is in a relationship at the moment. So I'd rather take my chances and go the old-fashioned way and hope to meet someone. And while apps may help with dating and more, these don't really make a difference when it comes to marriage.
A couple of months ago, Aparna, a friend of mine, called me up. Aparna is an extremely attractive, well-groomed divorcee in her late 30s. So, with the best of intentions, I suggested that she try out a popular singles network in Bangalore. So, her call was to beg me to use my “influence” (as a media professional) and get her in, somehow. These two successful, sophisticated individuals seemed perfect for each other, or so we thought.
“They told me I was too old to be an eligible single,” she recalls. Recently, another friend of mine tried to do some match-making — she wanted P, a 40-year-old corporate honcho of my acquaintance to meet R, a 45-year-old family friend of hers who was back in India after a long stint abroad.
And she has discovered that her age has different connotations for different people.
“I was getting along really well with this guy who was younger than me.