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After an hour your listing, photos, tagline and location all disappear.

The only catch is that if you want to continue longterm with your private rendevouz via Pure, you’re going to have to pay.

Maybe not Cary Grant, David Beckham or Tony Stark …

The main one being that you’re probably a fucking eagle-eyed psychopath to use it in the first place.

So you’ve tracked down future lovers on the road, Facebook and on your phone, but what about 30,000 feet in the air?

Apparently boasting hundreds of members at universities across the UK, skint students can sign up to be “sugar babies” to either “sugar mamas” or “sugar daddies”.

In exchange for a relationship (80% of Seeking Arrangement dates involve sex, but the founder Brandon Wade denies it’s a form of prostitution), cash-strapped sugar babies are lavished with gifts and cash allowances which average at £5,000 a month. If you have trouble with giving out satisfying oral sex, you should probably lick your phone instead.

Picture this – you’ve spotted someone you like flying past in a fancy car and managed to take down their license plate number before they sped off. You can then share your undying love for them and their ride by messaging them – probably something like “Nice rims” and not “I SEE YOU EVERY DAY WE’D BE PERFECT TOGETHER WINKFACE”.

They have to have Platewave too, but that’s hardly the only boundary to finding love with this app.

A basic ‘Weekend Cassanova’ membership costs £225 per month, or you can splash out on the top level ‘International Playboy’ profile costing a mere £903 per month.

Whether you’re looking for “long term relationships”, “lots of casual fun” or to “wife up with your end game girl”, bear in mind the website addresses their particular clientele “If you’re reading this, then you’re probably already a reasonably attractive and successful guy.

Keep an eye on them while you’re hoping they’ll fall miserably out of love with their other half with the handy website

Breakupnotifier does exactly what it says on the tin.

Wingman, a dating app for air travellers, promises to help match you with a potential mate on your next flight. Currently in Beta mode, the app allows interested parties to ‘reserve their seat’ by entering their email address.