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Chat-rooms prove to be intoxicating, and Cherie fee So you are thinking about online dating? Cherie, a professional matchmaker from Dublin, Ireland, faces the ultimate challenge when she tries to find a soul mate for herself.
She surfs the risky waves of the Internet and flies around the world to adventures, disappointments and not a few surprises.
Chat-rooms prove to be intoxicating, and Cherie feels like in a kid in a candystore.
Among the Lotharios she encounters are recycled bachelors, breezy islands of ego, fly-by-nights, birds of paradise, commitment phobics, and the odd sex maniac.
Then I started thinking about what else I could do with my time. I toyed with the idea for a year, to be honest – my husband said that I couldn't possibly compete with the big boys of the online dating world, which at first put me off.
No one knows you well enough on a dating site to take on your problems. My husband tells jokes and is met with blank faces. I remember my husband and I went out for dinner one night, and I turned to him and said: "What happened to all our friends?
" Saying that, last time I went back, when I went on a BBC breakfast show to talk about the website, I have to say I felt like a fish out of water. And if I feel I can't stand seeing any more Mickey Mouse T-shirts and flip flops, we just hop on a plane.
Why do you think people are so attracted to someone with a different accent? If you’ve grown up in a small town and know everyone, what are you going to do romantically?
You’ll probably just marry the boy next door, and so will your kids.