Canadian dating culture
Looking to meet a woman who wants to binge-watch Battlestar Galactica and dance to seapunk music? I've been the ultimate single girl for four years but I'm also a romantic who trusts her instincts.
If I don't feel a connection right away, I don't waste my time.
I typically meet women at bars but am always interested in chatting with strangers in coffee shops, parks, wherever.
I totally disagree that Toronto is a hard city to meet people in — meeting new people is the easiest thing in the world.
I go out often and I have a love-hate relationship with Tinder — at this point I consider it to be a necessary evil.
Deep down I am old fashioned and hope I'll meet a man in the real world.
If you're feeling like a creepy guy infiltrating groups of women at a bar, try somewhere else more relaxed.
I'm actively looking for something serious but I'm not going to commit unless I'm sure we have a real connection.
Online dating just feels like another form of detachment and I don't need another reason to check my phone.
Heather Purdon, 23, works in radio and TV Dating is exhausting — all my "me time" is gone.