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I don’t think she could have been more ashamed if she’d confessed to drowning puppies.Nowadays, the stigma surrounding internet dating has all but gone.As relationship expert Olga Levancuka, the author of How To Be Selfish, explains: 'Even if you’re not looking for "Mr Perfect" and you’re just interested in casual dating, going out with one guy can limit your choices and leave you feeling slightly disappointed about the whole dating process.'Relationship expert India Kang agrees, adding: 'Multi dating or circular dating is a must. It isn't cheating, it's about keeping your options open.'Here, they share why you should date many men at the same time to ensure you find Mr Right - and avoid getting caught doing it.Dating multiple people is one of the best ways to find the perfect match for you.The last thing you want is to call your date the name of the other man or getting confused about conversations you already had with the other one. It’s a small world and you never know who is connected to whom and you certainly don’t want any of your dates to post any updates that might give away the fact that you are dating different people.At the end of the day, if you’re not seeing someone exclusively, there shouldn’t be a problem with seeing different people at the same time, so keep your options open and keep an open mind. Keep your first dates very short - a maximum two hour drink date.

You name it, there’s a site where you can meet your perfect match who shares the same interest. I browsed one site before signing up and handing over my money.

I couldn’t believe my eyes when they matched me up with dozens of sexy, ­gorgeous hunks whose ­dazzling smiles beamed out at me from the screen. After submitting my credit card details, the millionaire Brad Pitt lookalikes all mysteriously disappeared and no amount of searching ever uncovered them again.

Posing by their sports cars, keen to tell any prospective ladies that while they had two homes and earned a salary that could single-handedly pay off the national debt, they were still ­sensitive souls who liked to strum their guitars and do parachute jumps for charity. They were, of course, plants, who were there to lure in naive punters.

I’m talking about internet dating, of course, where millions of singletons (and quite a few marrieds on the make) line up to be selected and rejected in a process that has become ­Britain’s most popular way for couples to get together. Too young for the dinner party set, too old to be hanging out at nightclubs, it seemed like a hopeless cause until a friend of a similar age took me out and confessed her dirty little secret: she’d started to meet men online.

Over half of all single people turn to the internet in their search for love. I never did and I’ve never met anyone it has worked for either. She imparted this information in hushed tones, without making eye contact, and then, on pain of death, swore me to secrecy.

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