Some people try online dating because they’re looking for companionship, some for love, and some are tentatively dipping in a toe to see who’s out there.
I’m 50 and have been single for two years, since my husband died, and have a daughter of 21 and twin boys of 19.
But 15 million people in the UK are registered for online dating and one in five relationships now start online. I say I am looking for a slim, six-foot Caucasian man, easygoing, energetic, enthusiastic, generous, confident and funny. Pros There is a lot of choice of men and every day I get winks and emails, which makes me feel popular. Being a Guardian reader, I assume this will be dominated by intelligent, solvent and liberal Guardian readers.
On day one, I get six matches who are all in their fifties, rated an overall 75 per cent match with me.
Pros The site is easy to negotiate and the men are more forthcoming in their descriptions of themselves.
This is obviously the equivalent to saying “I’m available for sex right now” as I receive 83 messages, 140 winks and am 32 people’s favourite. Perhaps it’s the age-group, perhaps it’s my new tagline, but these men are more comfortable with the idea of a face-to-face connection than endless digital interactions.
I have lots of banter and flirting with men, then a long interaction with Peter from Royston. Pros The men are confident, strike up conversations more quickly, and ask more interesting questions than on the other sites.


Although the over-50s are fun, I want to see how I fare on a younger site so I download the Tinder app. You sign on via Facebook so Tinder receives your public profile, friend list, email address, relationship interest, birthday, status updates and everything else. PARSHIP and eHarmony offer long and detailed psychometric tests that, boringly, take hours to fill in. Niche sites out there include Muddy Matches for rural dating, My Lovely Parent, where the children of single parents in their 50s recommend their parents for dates, and the well-known My Single Friend, where a close friend writes your profile and introduces you to potential dates.
High50 Holdings Limited is a company registered in England and Wales at Circus House, 21 Great Titchfield Street, London, W1W 8BA, under company number 09010517. He likes my tagline, Life Enhancer, and asks for photo of me without my sunglasses (he’d been on a date with someone who wore sunglasses in her photo and it turned out she had a glass eye). A guy called Wayne winks, but on his profile I discover he is recovering from having his brain tinkered with on the NHS, and much as he sounds lovely, I need someone straightforward at this stage in my life. As suitable traffic has not been forthcoming on the other sites, and now feeling more confident, I upload a different photo, this time wearing a hat. He implies he has enough money not to work but is bored being single and would like a companion to share his holidays and life with. Photos of men and boys in my area ping on to my screen and I can press a green heart if I fancy him or a red cross if I don’t. He’s wishing he could fly away to sunshine and golden beaches with me and moves quite quickly on to what oil I’d like for our candlelit bath… No, I’m not ready for this.
Doing Something is a good idea: people say what they’d most like to do on a date, and have lots of fun ideas.


The profiling asks no questions, just your email address and the age-range you’re interested in. The site asks questions about my looks, level of education, lifestyle and beliefs, and then the difficult bit: my ideal match.
Before you email the men, you ‘wink’ at them and they ‘wink’ back (you hope), so you know you’re chatting to a willing contender. But he wants me to email him direct, which is not encouraged by the site and makes me suspicious. In fact, we have completely matching sunglasses so obviously we’ll be married in no time at all. I prefer Rajiv, who likes my “elegant and sophisticated look” and is looking for stimulating conversation. I describe myself as slim, blonde, widowed, easygoing and ready for a new relationship (all true) and give myself the name Life Enhancer.
But I agree to meet Unicorn, a 66-year-old retired construction engineer, for a coffee in the West End, where we both work.



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