Bored of builders on Tinder asking me for my number to ‘whatsapp’ (read send dick pics), or Happn matches just not being, well, much of a match, I thought I’d see if I made the cut for a more sophisticated dating site, known simply as The Inner Circle.
The Inner Circle hand-reviews prospective members with real humans, using real judgement, to bring you a curated selection of people with similar social circles, interests and haunts. You can see a lot about someone and what you guys have in common, and its members are varied but all successful, well-adjusted and ambitious.
You don’t have to be the richest, best-looking or loudest person at the party to join, but it just attracts a better class of daters, perhaps people more serious about meeting up than those just absent-mindededly Tinder swiping on the tube.
Having a look around their site I saw they also host events, and let you know which members are new in town or in another city you may be visiting.
Once the date has been set, we decide on the theme and design the flyers.
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Jackie was resplendent in an ivory silk portrait-neckline dress with a bouffant skirt designed by Ann Lowe.
There’s also an option to say what you fancy doing that evening and see who else is up for it.
There seem a whole load of ways of using The Inner Circle, from going to events where you’re bound to meet people you click with, to chatting and messaging before committing to a date.
I sought Plan B’s advice, ‘Have you tried Inner Circle?
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