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AN AUSTRALIAN has suffered a dating site disaster after he rejected a Scottish woman for being too old and obese.“Ash”, from Perth, Australia, said he doesn’t date women aged 30 or over and branded a size 14/16 as too large.He then sparked further outrage by claiming Scottish women are generally “very overweight” and in “all likelihood medically obese.”His response on dating site ‘Plenty of Fish’ went on to describe himself as “fairly good-looking” and tall – which the “ladies like a lot”.He ended his harsh rebuttal by saying that he gets a lot of messages from her “cohort” and suggested that Scottish women “lower their standards somewhat.”His comments have attracted widespread condemnation on social media from outraged users who have branded the man “disgusting”, “nasty” and a “creep”. , from Edinburgh, whose sister received the ill-advised reply, posted a screenshot of the Australian’s message with the comment: “Ok, so my sister messaged someone on an online dating site (Plenty of Fish) just to say hi.“She got this reply regarding his choice of not going for “older and overweight” women.What the actual f***.”Her post, which was uploaded on Saturday, has already received over 200 reactions and shares and over 100 comments. I was specific with age because I would like to start a family one day and to be honest, I think that the necessary timeline before doing so is shortened with a lady over 30.“By that I mean the usual phases of going out, living together, engagement, marriage etc all need to happen far too quickly with an older woman.“I was also specific about weight as I have never been attracted to big women.Tinder, for instance, has over 50 million users, including a number of brands that promote their products and services with Promoted Profiles.
If users don't like the look of their match, they can swipe left to move on.These days, people are as likely to find a date on a matchmaking site as they are to find a deal.As the stigma against online dating is fades, brands are seizing on an opportunity to court consumers across matchmaking apps and [email protected] London was a TED-curated event featuring a diverse group of speakers from across the BCG community.Jointly produced by TED and BCG, the event put a spotlight on ideas, projects and insights that will contribute to the pursuit of growing ever onward and upward.I’m also tall and the ladies like that a lot.“This means that I can afford to be quite prescriptive in my search and I absolutely do not have to consider dating women who are 30 and overweight.“PS.