If it hadn't been for Tattoo Love, we would never have met and my life would be incomplete. Chris & Tina Both of us had been without a steady partner for the last 5 years and we both wanted to find someone special to settle down with.
We found that we both instantly hit it off as we had such similar lifestyles - Tattoos were just one of many things that we had in common. :) Carole & Simon The largest free UK tattoo dating site Our aim is to bring single tattooed people together to start new friendships and relationships that lead to lasting happiness.
From the "regulars" like Tinder and OKCupid to fempowering Bumble and utterly crazy things like Dead Meet – a love app for death industry professionals.
So it really doesn't strike me that someone decided to develop a dating site (app is in the works) for people with tattoos. The site is called Dating Ink and was conceived by the reality TV star Jemma Lucy (yup, that's her in the Instagram photo below) and is said to cater to people who share a love for tattoos, not necessarily don ink of their own.
Thus last week saw the launch of star Jemma Lucy’s dating app for people with tattoos:
If you love body art, you may want to check this out!Except now it’s through superficial externals, such as facial hair and fashion accessories, rather than those stalwarts of pre-1960s courtship: respectability, income and religion.Having taken note of the fatigue generated by mega-sites such as Match, e Harmony, Ok Cupid, and apps like Tinder, Hinge, Happ’n and Bumble, matchmaking moderns have glimpsed an opening in going radically in the opposite direction by narrowing choice to an almost obsessive-compulsive set of criteria.She added: "You don’t need to have tattoos to use the site, you just have to love them! " Lucy’s launch follows hot on the heels of dating expert Charly Lester’s app for people who wear glasses. ) relieves those tired of being discriminated against for having four eyes, and who are desirous of banding together with another bespectacled hottie. I realised there wasn’t one for glasses,” noted Lester, holding to the increasingly surreal norms surrounding the justification of a dating platform launch.
Users connecting through Facebook can post as much or as little personal information as they like – as with Tinder – but they do need to answer the question: “I think my glasses make me look …” using just five words.And if you find that the people YOU like are out of your league, well then start running laps and learning a new language, because online dating with not help you fake out someone for long, buddy.