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As well as that, the popularity of ‘First Dates Ireland’ could be a sign that Irish people seem to be more interested in actual dates as oppose to a drink down the pub.So is it the ease of the hook up via Tinder that has strangled our dating culture or did Ireland ever have a dating culture to begin with?
You might kiss someone on a night out and that wasn’t a big deal but you didn’t go for coffees and cinema trips and the like unless you were ‘going out together’.’ She also makes the point that the culture of seeing a few people at once can be heathier for your relationship in the long run,‘it gives people a sense of how they gel with other people, what’s good for them in relationships and I think then when you choose to be official with someone it’s because you really feel there’s something good there’.
Dating Culture Has Ireland ever had a dating culture?
The concept of a dating culture has always seemed rather American, where it’s casual to ask someone out or for their number on the spot in everyday instances like waiting in a queue for a coffee.
She met her previous partner online but that didn’t change how the relationship formed, ‘every relationship I had started with date, after date, after date.’Claire Leydon-Roche, a 34-year-old primary school teacher believes that times have changed entirely since she was in college.
She’s been with her husband for 14 years and thinks that these changes she’s witnessed are for the better, ‘people seem to be “seeing” other people now and maybe seeing a few people at once and then after seeing someone for a while then they might decide to be going out.Are Irish people more interested in an American style dating culture?