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Some people may actually be These studies also show that people who are more honest about themselves on the Internet are also more likely to form relationships that begin online.

He wasn't exactly shorter than me, but he had maaaaaaaybe an inch on me. There's nothing wrong with dating a guy who's shorter than you, but it does come with its difficulties. He'll constantly ask you why you always wear flats.Moving on, internet dating has experienced something of a renaissance recently; it’s even been claimed that one in five marriages across the world started online. The temptation to smooth out the 'rough bits' in our personal profile with some innocuous white lies is irresistible. In my own online dating experience I would always have long pleasant chats with a series of charming men only to balk at the idea of meeting them in person.So if that’s the case and it’s popular and successful, what’s the problem? I've never met up with anyone off the back of a dating site. It’s probably because my grasp of French experimental psych-pop is not nearly as exhaustive as it would seem when Google is but a tab away, nor is my skin as flawless as the flattering filter on my camera might suggest.From Bebo through to My Space, Facebook, Linked In, Twitter and beyond, I’ve used the whole range of tricks from flattering camera angles to (tragically) writing easily Google-able ‘inspirational quotes’ in my profile in my attempts to appear like a rounded and likeable individual. I probably shouldn't admit this, then, but it comes as no surprise to me that the results of a recent survey reveal that 57 per cent of people have lied on their online dating profiles.Internet dating has come a long way in the 15 years since You’ve Got Mail.Once the sole preserve of people who exist entirely on the internet for one reason or another, it has steadily and stealthily infiltrated the lives of Normal People.

No longer are your recommended matches likely to be living in their parent’s basement at 42, nor do most of them have a profile picture that’s an awkwardly posed topless selfie in the bathroom mirror, socks visibly pulled up towards greying underwear.

Perhaps the greatest problem facing the online dating industry is that of “phony” profiles.

Some estimates are that as many as 40% of male profiles on dating websites are those of married men posing as bachelors.

I confess it: I am always writing one-liners about myself online.

I have spent 10 internet-literate years defining myself to strangers on the internet (dating sites, forums, blogs, chat rooms) through pithy, articulate sentences carefully constructed to present myself as a paragon of humanity.

While the fact in itself that we lie online is unsurprising (would YOU show your dating profile to your friends?