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So for many drivers, online dating may just be what they need to steer them right down Lover’s Lane. Okay, it may have been considered taboo years ago, but now it’s generally accepted.

After all, when the forerunner dating site, launched in 1995, a mere 14% of Americans were internet users. And oh how our mindset has changed— these days about 60% of Americans agree that “online dating is a good way to meet someone.” Additionally, 1 in 5 adults (age 25-35) has admitted having used either an online dating site or app.

The woman, who is divorced but says she would love to be married again, describes herself as being ‘on the wrong side of 45 with a brace of kids’ and bewails her place in ‘relationship no-man’s land’, condemned to be alone for the rest of her days.

Her outpourings, which convey with unflinching honesty the huge difficulties older women can face finding a man, have caused quite a stir on women’s internet chat forums.

‘Forty is a huge cut-off point for a lot of men,’ Ruthie explains.

‘There was just one I met and we had a fantastic evening.

A busy life on the road can get lonely even for those already in committed marriages and relationships.

I know a few Americans who have moved to Bogotá to be with the woman they fell in love with.

At least we’ve had Joy Division, Hal Hartley starring Donovan edible food and Oscar the scrawny friendly cat in common.

“Sorry for rambling on, really I’m just feeling lonely.

The freelance writer said the man had seen her Twitter profile – which has more than 8,000 followers – and then Googled her extensively and found her dating profile from tweets she had written about Ok Cupid.

Since posting the man’s messages on her Twitter and Facebook pages, she has contacted him, calling him a “creep”, and he has since been removed from the dating website, according to Mic.

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