Ends reunited dating
But just 12 hours after downloading Tinder she swiped right on Ben.
The pair started talking constantly and met face-to-face after a week.
Their first date went so well that they met again the following day for coffee.
They continued to talk while Maya jetted off on a two-week holiday to Thailand and when Ben went to Indonesia for New Year’s Eve.
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Will was a pupil there – he was funny and gorgeous, but it wasn't until we left school that things became romantic.
We both loved partying, and the summer before university we'd always be out together.
Then in 2016, during a two month-long Christmas trip, a friend convinced her to download a dating app as a distraction to pass the time.Then, after several months of a long-distance relationship, Maya took the plunge and uprooted her life to Worcestershire. “We love people’s reactions when we tell them we met on Tinder,” says Maya. And you know, I really think it was.”Holiday romances have long been a thing: starting in our school years with the six weeks summer break acting as a fertile breeding ground for short-lived flings; then came the gap years and the inter-railing train trips perfecting silent sex in a dormitory.The smell of suncream, dodgy tan lines and midday drinking continues the perfect aphrodisiac for relationships that (often) end before you step foot back on British soil.They seek that perfect partner and have decided to use online dating and power line in their search.Online dating services are useful for people looking for someone who shares their interests and points of view.