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Have a listen, and don't be surprised if you start blushing once you hit play. They were happy times, simpler times, times when men didn’t send pictures of their erect penises or Vines of themselves masturbating to women they’d found online. You were very good at comparing ‘babes’ you fancied to people off Neighbours or stars in Smash Hits, because your mates wanted to know what he looked like but smartphones, Snapchat and Facebook weren’t invented. The only way to prove your undying devotion to someone was to create them a mix tape, probably including Stay Another Day, (Everything I Do) I Do It For You, Love Is All Around, 2 Become 1, My Heart Will Go On, I Will Always Love You, Wonderwall, End Of The Road and I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing. Valentine’s Day was a pretty exciting day to be single. ’s position of the fortnight, the lyrics to Color Me Badd’s I Wanna Sex You Up and one horrendous lesson led by your blushing science teacher involving a banana and a condom. The stages were – fancying, ‘seeing someone’ (a murky phase involving actually TALKING to a boy) then ‘going out together’. Sometimes you would actually sit by your landline phone, waiting for him to call. You had to rely on your imagination – especially if it turned out he was team Oasis and you needed to make a quick exit. Internet dating didn’t exist but lonely hearts columns did. But you had to be a real social leper to resort to these. He borrowed seed money from his parents, did a bunch of research into the psychology of attraction, and created the first video dating company, which he christened Great Expectations.According to company lore, they launched on Valentine’s Day, 1976.
“A lot of articles in the late ’80s and early ’90s would say ‘It’s not just for losers anymore!To hardened Tinder users, this probably seems tame, even quaint.But at the time, video dating was considered somewhat scandalous.Our current technological climate seems like the perfect place to resuscitate video dating—after all, we’re already curating our Snapchat stories 24/7. When You Tube launched in 2005, it was originally supposed to be a dating website—until its founders discovered that people wouldn’t post dating videos to it even if they paid them.Take in the vulnerability on display in videos like, say, this infamous montage, and the misgivings become more clear.