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Surely, flowers don’t smell sweeter and chocolates tastier online, Rosa said.However, at one click of a mouse or a swipe of a screen, messages of love remain appreciated, she added.The 25-year-old Cruz, a marketing assistant of a company in Makati City, said she has been using a dating application for two months.The adage “if it’s not online it’s not real” doesn’t apply to Jane de la Cruz (not her real name).“I have tried using Tinder for fun but all I got was malicious messages and people asking to have sex,” Sheryl, a banker, used to be on Tinder for a month.Old times FOR Rosa Luna (not her real name), today’s dating was far, far different during her time.‘IF it’s not online, it’s not real,” an adage goes. Or even engaging in a relationship with amorous affection?For Claire de los Reyes (not her real name), new technology in communication provided her a platform to enter into such a relationship. Claire and Dave are classified as millennials: Filipinos born during the heady days of industry’s love affair with mobile.
It’s like opening a wrapped gift and you wish there’s something really neat or precious inside, she said.Buying preserved flowers would cost a minimum P4,000.But while flowers and chocolates stood the test of time, love letters or Valentine’s Card went out of style.Some who use Tinder said they did so because their lives revolve around work and have no time to meet with other people outside work.So instead, they just swipe right hoping they meet Mister Right.