After online dating site FirstMet.com discovered that women in London are least likely to respond to online dating messages, we started wondering why exactly women were holding out for. Maybe a taller date or a younger man? Whatever the reason, it appears that women in London can’t find what they are looking for online, but what about offline?
Take a look:
1) Tate Modern
If you’re into your art, then the Tate (or any other gallery for that matter) is the perfect place to meet your new men. You’ll have plenty of time to amble around the gallery looking for guys that take your fancy. And when you see one, it’s easy enough to start a conversation… just ask their opinion on a particular piece of artwork!
2) The Apple Store
Living in London, you’ll have a few Apple stores to choose from (Regent’s St, Covent Garden & Brent Cross to name a few). If ever there was going to be a place swarming with men, all happy to give you their help and opinion on something, then it’s the Apple store.
Why not try snapping up a few guys in the January sales? Grab yourself a few bargains while shopping for men. And Harrods seems like the perfect place for doing just that; firstly you’ve got 7 floors to choose from, and secondly the men shopping there aren’t likely to be doing too badly!
Why not get inspired to get active watching Federer and Nadal whilst indulging over some strawberries and cream? Go and see your favourite tennis stars in action, and walk the grounds between matches. ‘Henman Hill’ (or newly named ‘Murrayfield’) is always packed with people relaxing, watching the tennis, who are all out to have a good time.
5) The British Library
Put on your reading glasses and head down to one of the biggest libraries in the world. With over 14 million books at it’s disposal, the British Library can be a great stomping ground to practice your cheeky smile and seductive eyes as you’ll have to get his attention quietly!
6) Kew Gardens
If you’re after a guy whose more into nature and wildlife then visit Kew Gardens, the worlds most famous gardens. There are a number of cafes and restaurants for you to start chatting to guys after you’ve walked around the gardens.
7) Open Air Theatre
If again you like the idea of being outdoors, (and don’t mind taking a risk on the weather!) why not head over to Regent’s Park to see a show in the summer? The open air theatre houses ‘the West Ends longest bar’ and there is plenty of mingling before and after shows. The theatre also even has a barbecue and a picnic lawn that is available before evening performances.