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They say (and insist) ‘’I’ve got a Ph D from Trinity College therefore I feel I’m only suited to men with the same qualifications as me’’.

The thing is, there are men in this country who left school when they were 15 years-old, started a business and are now successful entrepreneurs.

You’ll know more after a second date.’ Intro Matchmaking, which Feargal founded with his wife Rena Maycock, is one of the biggest matchmaking agencies in the country, organising a hundred dates every week. Do not moan, moan and moan: ‘Keep the conversation light – do not talk about exes, do not talk about past relationships that went and do not come across angry or bitter.

When prepping their clients for the first date, here are their top tips: No interviews: ‘In an attempt to establish a person’s suitability, we often bombard them with questions, making them feel like they’re at a HR conference rather than a lovely dinner date. The first meeting is not an opportunity for you to complain about your ex-wife/husband/girlfriend/boyfriend, your job, or other things that annoy you. Don’t go all suited and booted to a mediocre venue that doesn’t require it.

Keep the conversation positive by talking about your future goals or your interests.’ Make an effort: ‘Dating is hard work. Simply arriving isn’t enough – you must take part and talk, talk, talk.’ Leave the phone alone: ‘Nothing says ‘’you’re boring me’’ like someone scrolling through their Instagram feed, sending text messages, or taking/making a call during a date.

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Online dating apps like Tinder, Bumble, Plenty of Fish and Grindr have soared in popularity and dating agencies like Intro have made matchmaking easier to access.

Willingness to compromise and willingness to have grounded, level-headed expectations is important. People can be like night and day from the first and second date.

If you’ve got a list of requirements for a potential partner, you need to revisit it and make necessary cuts.’ Give the spark a chance: ‘You meet a man/woman and he/she doesn’t exactly fit your criteria, so you write them off straight away. Think about it – people can be nervous, or they might have had a bad day at work – you cannot judge the entire person based on one experience in a nervous setting.

Irish people have no problem going onto free dating apps because they’re just having the craic – online dating has become so fickle and transient, people are on there and have zero intention of ever starting a relationship.

People dismiss others on a whim, they go out on 20 dates week, coffee dates for five minutes at a time, and the attitude is if there’s no spark there straight away then there’s no point.

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